The Russian Ambassador to London expressed his condolences on the death of Elizabeth II

Russian Ambassador to London Andrey Kelin sent a letter of condolences to King Charles III on the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The document was published on September 9 in the Embassy’s Telegram channel.
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Kaelin noted that Elizabeth II has become a role model for millions of Britons. Her image, the ambassador notes, embodies dignity, decency and humanity.

“We in Russia fondly remember Her Majesty’s visit to Moscow and St Petersburg in 1994 and the role she and the Royal Family played in establishing and strengthening ties between the UK and the Russian Federation during this period,” the letter reads. .

Kaelin also expresses his sincere condolences to the royal family and the British people. “These are days of great sadness and a time of deep grief for all,” the ambassador sums up.

On the eve of condolences to Charles III in connection with the death of Elizabeth II, Russian President Vladimir Putin also expressed his condolences.

Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September. She died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The new king was the eldest son of the Queen, Prince Charles, who took the name Charles III.

The state funeral of Elizabeth II will take place on the 10th day after her death. The body of the monarch will be delivered to the capital from Balmoral Castle either by royal train or by plane on September 18.

National mourning in the UK in connection with the death of Queen Elizabeth II begins on September 9 and will end seven days after her funeral. At the same time, it is noted that the date of the mourning ceremony has not yet been determined and the corresponding decision will be made “in due time.”

Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926. She ascended the throne on February 6, 1952, after the death of her father, King George VI. The coronation ceremony took place on June 2, 1953. Elizabeth II ruled the kingdom for over 70 years, becoming the longest-reigning and oldest monarch in British history.

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