The Caribbean island nation of Barbados will usher in the 55th anniversary of its independence on November 30. At that time, the country will announce the country's transformation into a republic. The new head of state will no longer be Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, but the current Governor of Barbados Mason.
In October of this year, Mason has been successfully elected as the President of Barbados.
In 1624, British ships arrived in Barbados and declared that the island belonged to Britain.
On November 30, 1966, Barbados declared independence, but recognized Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state.
British Crown Prince Charles will travel to Barbados to attend the country's restructuring ceremony.
(Producing Zhou Jing)
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