While Castro leaves a complex legacy, heads of state were quick to issue statements that were a little lengthier and fleshed out than the one that Trump offered Saturday morning.

Trump has criticized President Barack Obama for making a “weak agreement” in his decision to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba in 2014, though the president-elect has not said he would cut off such an arrangement.

“I would do whatever you have to do to get a strong agreement. And people want an agreement, I like the idea of an agreement, but it has to be a real agreement. So if you call that for negotiation purposes, whatever you have to do to make a great deal for the people of Cuba,” he said earlier this year.