The Treaty of Havana was an peace treaty at the end of the Cuban-American War. It ended the state of war between Cuba and the United States of America. It was signed on January 7, 2013. Of the many provisions in the treaty, one of the most important and controversial was that Cuba was denationalized and annexed as the 51st state.
- Cuba will become an US state, and its citizens will enjoy the right as any American citizen.
- Cuba must accept full responsibility for the war.
- Fidel and Raul Castro are given an safe haven with in the United States, which was opposed by the Joint Chief of Staff, but accepted by the people.
- US will repair infrastructure damaged by the war.
- GTMO Detention Center is to be shut down, and its prisoners transferred to Alcatraz.