With pain, leaders and celebrities bid farewell to the monarch of ‘all time’

With pain, leaders and celebrities bid farewell to the monarch of ‘all time’

The Caribbean countries of the Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda and Grenada, in which Elizabeth II was the head of state, expressed their condolences to the United Kingdom on Thursday and emphasized the good conduct of the monarch at the head of the Commonwealth of Nations.

The Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Philip Brave Davis, said in a Twitter post that he received “with deep regret and sadness” the news of the death of Her Majesty Elizabeth II.

“On behalf of the government and people of the Bahamas, we offer our deepest condolences to the members of the royal family,” he stressed, adding that flags of government buildings are flying at half-mast.

Gaston Browne, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, for his part, expressed his condolences “to King Charles III and the Royal Family, the British Government and the people of the United Kingdom, on behalf of the people and the Government,” he leads.

“Queen Elizabeth reigned for seven decades, earning respect and esteem from all corners of the world. Her Majesty’s leadership of the Commonwealth of Nations has been great, joining hands with English-speaking states from all continents and regions,” he said in a statement.

Grenada Governor General Cécile La Grenade said: “Today we mourn the loss of this great monarch who has served her country and the Commonwealth with unparalleled dedication for over 70 years.”

Thus he assured that he will always remember His Majesty “with great affection and admiration”.

Source: El heraldo

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