British Royalty Ended Their Visit to Cuba
Prince Charles of Wales and Duchess Camilla of Cornuallis ended their four-day official visit to Cuba this Wednesday.
At the José Martí International Airport, in this capital, the British royal couple they were welcomed by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Ana Teresita González. During his stay in Cuba, Prince Charles of Wales and Duchess Camila visited the Molecular Immunology Center, one of the most important medical research institutions on the island.
The day before, the Duchess Camila of Cornwall held a meeting with specialists from various Cuban institutions in which they discussed issues related to gender equality and violence. Meanwhile, Prince Charles of Wales inaugurated the construction of the first solar park in the western Special Development Zone of Mariel, Cuba, after whose completion, will contribute 50 megawatts to the National Power System.
The project is executed by the company Mariel Solar SA, a UK corporation with a 100 percent Cuban subsidiary and, in terms of energy contribution, represents the first large scale in Cuba and the largest in the region, informed the director of the entity, Andrew McDonald .
Likewise, Prince Charles of Wales and his wife the Duchess Camilla of Cornuallis visited the John Lennon Park in Havana, where they talked with members of the British community settled in Havana, and exchanged with members of the club of motorcycles and classic English cars.
Visitors also learned about the Submarino Amarillo club, considered one of the rock's reference centers in Havana, with recorded and live music, in which the legacy of the famous band that was integrated in the 1960s John Lennon is revered. , Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. On Monday, the president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, received Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla.