As the US and Cuba begin a new relationship,a south Georgia state representative just returned from an economic development trip to the communist country.
Gerald Greene joined business leaders from Georgia to talk to Cuban leaders about what Georgia has to offer.
He says in his 30 years in government, he never imagined he'd have a chance to travel to Cuba.
"I was really surprise and thankful to have the opportunity to do this and take it off my bucket list," Representative Gerald Greene said.
The Governor says it may take a while for Congress to make changes that will allow Georgia farmers and companies to trade with Cuba.