Il presidente boliviano Evo Morales ha criticato il presidente americano eletto Donald Trump, che ha definito il leader cubano Fidel Castro un dittatore. Lo riportano i media locali. Sabato, Trump ha definito Castro un dittatore brutale e ha promesso di garantire la libertà e la prosperità dell'isola negli anni a venire. “Quasi l’intero mondo è in lutto e sta pagando un tributo di rispetto a Fidel, ma il presidente degli Stati Uniti e un gruppo di persone sta al contrario celebrando", ha detto Morales. Cuba ha ricevuto messaggi di cordoglio da parte dei leader di tutto il mondo, anche dal presidente russo Vladimir Putin e dal presidente uscente degli Stati Uniti, Barack Obama.

Bolivian President Evo Morales has criticized US President-elect Donald Trump, who had called Cuba's recently deceased long-standing revolutionary leader Fidel Castro a dictator, local media reported. On Saturday, Trump called Castro a brutal dictator and vowed to ensure the island nation’s liberty and prosperity in the years ahead. "Nearly the whole world is mourning and posthumously paying a tribute of respect to Fidel, but the US president-elect and a group of people are celebrating," Morales said Sunday in a comment aired by Hispan TV broadcaster. The death of the Cuban revolutionary and former president was announced by incumbent Cuban President Raul Castro on Friday. A funeral ceremony has been scheduled for December 4, and will be held at a cemetery in Santiago de Cuba. Cuba has received a flood of condolences from leaders around the world, including from Russian President Vladimir Putin and outgoing US President Barack Obama.