As the world mourns the death of England's longest-ruling monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday, World leaders have sent their condolences and paid tribute to Queen.
Here's what they said:
State Secretary Liz Bracket says
The current state leader of the Unified Realm described Queen Elizabeth II's death as "a major blow to the country and the world." "She's inspired me and many Britons." "Her commitment inspires us all. At 96, she decided not to complete her duties and chose me as her 15th state leader."
Joe and Jill Biden,
Biden and Jill Biden described the monarchy as a "solid presence." They said Queen Elizabeth II was a stateswoman of unrivaled respect and steadfastness. She improved our connection.
Justin Trudeau described the monarch as "a constant presence." Canada is part of the Ward, a political relationship dominated by England. "Her Highness vowed to help the Republic and its people. I congratulate Queen Elizabeth II for honoring this vow and for her long reign." Trudeau said, "She'd say," It's lovely to be home "when returning to Canada. Canadians always returned her friendship since she felt at home here."
In a tweet, Macron called her "merciful" and "a companion of France." He said Her Highness Queen Elizabeth II represented English cohesion and cooperation for 70 years. "I remember her as a friend of France, a gracious ruler who shaped her nation and century."
Narendra Modi called the monarch "a robust of our times." She moved her country and people. "She embodied openness and respect. Her failure tormented her. In this terrible time, my thoughts are with her family and the UK."
Shahbaz Sharif tweeted that he "profoundly lamented" the monarch's death. Sharif wrote, "Pakistan mourns with the UK and other Western countries." My condolences to the Imperial Family, UK citizens, and lawmakers.
Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's leader,
Jacinda Ardern, the New Zealand head of state, paid tribute to Queen and said the long-term monarch "exhibited mental fortitude, empathy, and humor." "It's a miserable time. A part of it is closing today, young or old," said Arden. "With that, we share our thanks for a wonderful woman who was our Queen."
State Head Anthony Albanese called the queen "a wise and empowering mentor." "Queen Elizabeth II is the only reigning monarch most of us have known," Albanese added. For 70 years, despite the rapid change, Her Highness was a fascinating and reassuring constant.
President Nana Akufo-Addo called Queen Elizabeth II the DC's "rock." "The Ghanaian public has fond memories of her two visits to Ghana under her leadership, and we remember her gracious temperament, class, style, and satisfaction," he wrote.
The Pope said he was "profoundly disheartened" by the monarch's death. In a greeting to Lord Charles III, Pope Francis paid tribute to Queen and praised the monarch’s "unflagging service, her example of dedication to duty, and her unwavering observance of faith in Jesus Christ." He also said, "I conjure a wealth of heavenly blessings as a promise of comfort and strength in the Master."
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