Leaders and dignitaries of different countries of the world have mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain and paid tribute to her. They paid tribute to the queen, noting her deep devotion to duty and endurance, as well as her sense of humor and kindness, the BBC reported.
US President Joe Biden and his wife First Lady Jill Biden went to the British Embassy in the capital Washington DC to pay their respects to the late Queen and signed the condolence book.
“She was more than a queen,” Biden wrote in the obituary. He defined a long period of history.” Recalling his visit to the UK in 2021 as president, Biden said, “He dazzled us with flashes of his wit, moved us with his generosity and generously shared his wisdom with us.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed his “deepest condolences” to the death of the mother of current British King Charles III.
“For decades, Elizabeth II rightly enjoyed the love and respect of her subjects and authority on the world stage,” Putin said. Chinese President Xi Jinping has expressed deep condolences after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
A statement issued by the country’s government said, “Xi Jinping expresses his deepest condolences on behalf of the Chinese government, people and himself. The Queen’s death is a great loss to the British people.”
French President Emmanuel Macron paid tribute to a “kind queen” who was “a friend of France”. After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, all the lights of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the capital of France, were turned off at midnight.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz described Queen Elizabeth II as a “pioneer and an inspiration to millions”. He praised the Queen’s role in repairing relations between Germany and the UK after the ‘horror of World War II’.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he was “saddened” by the death of the British queen, saying, “The queen exemplified dignity and decency in public life.”
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida expressed “deep sorrow” over the queen’s death. He said that the Queen’s death is not only a “huge loss” for the people of Britain, but also for the world. In a video message of condolence, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese described Queen Elizabeth II as a “wise and inspiring guide” who brought “comfort, hope and inspiration” to millions of Australians.
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