A number of world leaders have arrived in the United Kingdom over the past two days in preparation for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday. The first visitor was Jacinda Ardern. , the Prime Minister of New Zealand who visited the Queen’s coffin two days ago.
Prime Minister of New Zealand
When US President Joe Biden and his wife arrived in London on Saturday to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif; To represent Pakistan at the Queen’s funeral.
The moment Joe Biden and his wife arrived
Also, Indian President Drupadi Murmo arrived in British capital “London” to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth, and the Indian Channel (NDTV) reported in its English language bulletin this Sunday that President Mormo’s visit to England will attend the funeral rites at Buckingham Palace this evening by King Charles III. He has been invited to attend a banquet for world leaders.
King Charles III shaking hands with the Prime Minister of Canada
Governor General of Belize Ms
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Brown are some of the world leaders who have already arrived in London and visited Lancaster House on Saturday to sign a condolence book for the royal family. .
In a statement, Albanese said on Twitter: “Today we signed our book of condolence at Lancaster House, at this sad time..
Charles III meets the Australian Prime Minister
Australian Prime Minister Albanese on Sunday
President of Antigua
It is noteworthy that Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, died at her home in Scotland on the eighth of this month at the age of 96, and her official funeral will be held tomorrow, Monday. There are still many world leaders and heads of state coming to the capital London from all over the world.
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