The Prime Minister's recommendation to suspend sanctions against Burma is just that - a recommendation.
A final decision will not be announced until April 23rd when EU foreign ministers meet to discuss the sanctions.
But that should not detract from what was a momentous occasion - the first time a British Prime Minister has visited the country for 60 years.
The Prime Minister said he would agree to a suspension of sanctions against Burma during a historic visit to the former colony
The democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi lived in the UK before becoming the head of the Burmese opposition movement.
Early this morning David Cameron will set foot in a country no British Prime Minister has visited for more than six decades.