World Leaders offer condolences on the death of Prince Philip

Web Desk. Queen Elizabeth II husband and British Prince Philip is known as The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at the age of 99.

Announcing her death in a tweet shared from the royal family’s official Twitter account, said: “We are deeply saddened to announce that the Queen’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip has passed away”.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson expressed his condolences on the death of Prince Philip and said that he was deeply saddened by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Speaking to reporters at 10 Downing Street, Boris Johnson said Prince Philip was an example to countless young people. He added Prince Philip had won the love of Generations of Britain, the Commonwealth, and the world.

While British citizens, including the royal family, are mourning the death of Prince Philip, world leaders have also offered their condolences.

Prime Minister of Pakistan
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan expressed his condolences on the death of Prince Philip in a tweet from his official Twitter account. In a tweet, Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his condolences on the death of His Excellency Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

He said that Britain had lost a wise elder who had an extraordinary spirit of public service. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his services in promoting relations between Pakistan and the United Kingdom would always be remembered.

President of Pakistan
President Dr. Arif Alvi also expressed condolences and said that the deeply saddened by the death of Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh.

In a tweet from the official account, Dr. Arif Alvi said that with his death, Pakistan lost a sincere friend. The President said that in this hour of grief, our best wishes and prayers are with the Queen, the Royal Family, and the British people.

Condolences to the European royal families
According to a BBC report, Prince Philip also belonged to several former and current EU royal families who continue to send messages of condolence.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain expressed their love for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip by telegram on the occasion. They said in a telegram, “The moments we spent with Prince Philip we will never forget his service and dedication”.

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden said, “He was a good friend of our family for many years, a relationship we valued very much”.

King Philippe of Belgium said In his message, that he and his Queen would always remember his passionate meetings with the Duke of Edinburgh.

”Leaders of other countries also issued messages of condolence on the death of Prince Philip and appreciated his services.”

United Nations
A spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that on the death of Prince Philip, the Secretary-General “paid tribute to Prince Philip for his work for the betterment of humanity.” The death of Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh continues to be condolences by world leaders.

Malaysia
Malaysian Prime Minister Mohiuddin Yassin has said that the world has lost an “important figure” since the death of Prince Philip. Paying tribute on his Facebook page, Mohiuddin Yassin said the prince had visited Malaysia several times and he was a friend of our country forever.

Australia
The Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison has said in a statement that Prince Philip has raised a generation we will never see again. He praised the services of the Duke of Edinburgh as a patron of dozens of organizations in Australia.

New Zealand
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, “Thousands of young people have completed life-changing channels through Prince Philip’s Hillary Award”.

Canada
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has stated that “Prince Philip has played a significant role in the social relations between our country and the world.”

He added, “Prince Philip was a purposeful man, inspired by a sense of duty to others. We will remember him as a pillar in our queen’s life”.

India
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated the services of Prince Philip in many social initiatives.

Kenya
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said the Duke of Edinburgh was a symbol of family values ​​and the unity of the British people, as well as the entire international community. He said Prince Philip was a man who worked for the “peaceful coexistence of the human race”.

Malta
The Prime Minister of Malta, Robert Abela, said he was saddened by the death of Prince Philip, who had made Malta his home and visited it frequently He added, ”Our people will always cherish his memory as a precious asset”.

Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Duke of Edinburgh was officially a government employee and his services would be remembered around the world including in Israel.

The death of Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh continues to be condolences by world leaders.

The Queen’s Husband, Prince Philip, passed away at the age of 99

 

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