- US President Barack Obama on Saturday the family of Fidel Castro condolences because of his death. He added that history will tell what the impact of Castro has been Cuba and the world.
'Right now Fidel Castro is gone, we stabbing a friendly hand to the Cuban people,' Obama said. 'In the history books will be committed to the enormous impact of this unique personality on the population and the surrounding world and assessed. 'Obama stressed that he tried during his presidency to' put the past behind us 'and work towards a future based on common issues.
His successor Donald Trump who takes office on January 20, stated that he 'will do everything' to help the Cubans. 'Although the tragedies, deaths and grief which Fidel Castro is responsible, can not be erased, our government make every effort to ensure that the Cuban people can finally begin the journey towards prosperity and freedom. '
Trump believes the 'admirable' Cubans earn. 'While Cuba remains a totalitarian island, I am hopeful that this day means a turnaround after the horrors which have been the population to endure so long. '
During his election campaign, Trump still cried out that he took all the measures Obama to improve relations with Cuba, would turn back until democracy is established, the political prisoners are freed and freedom of religion is guaranteed.