The mourning was announced on Monday by Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea. 
North Korea has “declared a period of mourning for three days from November28 till November 30,” the paper said.
Authorities also decided to “hoist flags at half-mast at major organizations and designated places,” to pay tribute to the Cuban leader who died on Friday at the age of 90.
Earlier on Sunday, North Korean President Kim Jong-un issued a statement on Castro’s death, calling him a “close friend and comrade of the Korean people.” 
He “made all efforts to strengthen the friendly and cooperative relations between the two parties, governments and peoples of our two countries and extended firm support and encouragement to our efforts for national reunification and just cause with the invariable revolutionary principle and obligation for over half a century,” Kim said.
According to Kim, the revolutionary leader devoted all …