Prince Harry during his Caribbean tour became an unwitting participant in a moment of silence for the death of the leader of the Cuban revolution Fidel Castro. About it writes Daily Mail.
Sunday, November 27, the British Prince was taken in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves during the event, recalled that Castro was a good friend of his state. And the Governor-General Frederick Ballantyne invited those present to pay tribute to Castro, honoring him with a moment of silence. Prince Harry did not object and became an unwitting participant in a symbolic ritual.
Meanwhile, according to the newspaper, neither Queen Elizabeth II nor the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may has not officially reacted to the death of the Cuban leader.
On 26 November the US President-elect Donald trump said that Castro was a brutal dictator. In turn, the current head of the White house Barack Obama has expressed condolences to the family of a revolutionary and offered the Cuban people a hand of friendship.
90-year-old Castro died on November 25. The body of the leader of the national revolution will be cremated. The urn with his ashes will be buried 4 Dec.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an independent state in the Caribbean sea, is a constitutional monarchy within the Commonwealth of Nations. The head of state is the British Queen represented by the Governor General.