Prince Charles and The Duchess of Camilla of Cornwall were appointed in Border 1 of José Martí International Airport by the then Foreign Affairs Ana Teresita González Fraga, a move that marks the end of the four day tour. by the British royalty to Cuba.
This trip has had a profound cultural impact, especially as a result of a direct exchange of the community during the Old Havana walks and the gardens of John Lennon Park, which provided evidence of Britain's British presence. In particular, during the exchange with Vedado's neighbors, the Royals members took part in both the native culture, and the British settled in the main city of Cuba.
La Realeza was interested in the economic development of Cuba at all levels, and exchanged with representatives of the self-employed sector, based on their interest in building an environment of success and mutual respect between the two nations t of society of interests.
The Prince and The Duchess enjoyed Camilla's best and most productive life in Cuba, in an environment where sensitivity is testimony to the obvious foreign policy of Cuba and his commitment to dialogue and the building of a better life. diverse variety, in peace and prosperity.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Camilla will continue to visit the Caribbean on their journey to the Caribbean, with the Cayman Islands, a foreign area in the UK which is responsible for the United Kingdom, based in headquarters. T south of Cuba; later they return to Britain.