According to foreign companies, representatives of the British Commonwealth and other states commemorated the late Prince Philip and offered condolences to the British royal family. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, to “never see him again”.
“Prince Philip has served the Crown, his country and the Commonwealth for almost 80 years,” Morrison said. The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacintha Artern, hosted the British Royal Family on behalf of all the people of her country.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described Prince Philip as “a man of strong faith and principles.” “We will fondly remember him as a support in our queen’s life,” Trudeau told AFP. The Duke of Edinburgh’s involvement in many social endeavors is exemplified today by the memory of him by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin also mourned the death of Prince Philip. US President Joe Biden recalls the “decades of sacrifice” of the British monarch’s husband.
European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen also expressed regret, praising German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s sense of duty, and German Foreign Minister Haiko Mass Philippine for “long life in his country’s service.” Jean-Yves Le Trian, the French diplomat, paid tribute to Philip and his fate, saying it reflected well 100 years of unrest and hope on the old continent.
Czech President Milos Zeman sent a letter of condolence to the British Queen, recalling that Prince Philip considers himself a unique person representing Britain in the best sense of the word, and that he personally met with Elizabeth’s husband during a visit to the British royal couple in Prague. 25 flights ago. The head of Czech diplomacy, Tom Petek, wrote on Twitter that he had left one of the hallmarks of the modern British monarchy. Polish President Andrzej Duda also used words like Bedek in his condolences to the British Queen.
Condolences to Elizabeth II. Other relatives of the late Prince Philip were also voiced by several European royal families. “Prince Philip has been a good friend of our family for many years and is a friend we cherish,” said King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. The Norwegian royal family, led by 84-year-old King Harold, announced on the last day that she was the wife of Queen Elizabeth II. Half mast flags will be on the balcony of the Royal Palace in Oslo. Philip’s sense of service and devotion reminded me of Philip VI of Spain. With his wife.
According to former US President George W. Bush, Prince Philip “represented the United Kingdom with dignity” and “dedicated his life to many virtues and others in his long and remarkable life” and expressed his condolences to former President Bill Clinton and his wife and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Queen Elizabeth and the entire British royal family imposed the condition on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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