In this Jan. 19, 2015 file photo, a Cuban and U.S. flag wave from the balcony of the Hotel Saratoga in Havana. The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in decades kicked off two days of negotiations Wednesday after grand promises by President Barack Obama about change on the island and a somber warning from Cuba to abandon hopes of reforming the communist government.
In this Jan. 19, 2015 file photo, a Cuban and U.S. flag wave from the balcony of the Hotel Saratoga in Havana. The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in decades kicked off two days of negotiations Wednesday after grand promises by President Barack Obama about change on the island and a somber warning from Cuba to abandon hopes of reforming the communist government. Ramon Espinosa AP
In this Jan. 19, 2015 file photo, a Cuban and U.S. flag wave from the balcony of the Hotel Saratoga in Havana. The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in decades kicked off two days of negotiations Wednesday after grand promises by President Barack Obama about change on the island and a somber warning from Cuba to abandon hopes of reforming the communist government. Ramon Espinosa AP

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