(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) The Cuban government has reportedly completed the release of all 53 political prisoners it had promised to free under a landmark deal, U.S. officials told Reuters Monday.

The exact number and identity of the prisoners released over the weekend will remain unknown for now, but the White House plans to provide the names of all 53 to Congress in order to eventually publicly reveal their names.

Releasing the last detainees was described as a “milestone” by the U.S. officials, who also said they will continue to press Raul Castro to free more people considered political prisoners by the Cuban government.

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