Queen Elizabeth II Funeral: After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, the period of national mourning continues. People from all over the world including Britain are giving him a final farewell. Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96. She remained in the position of Queen of Britain for almost 70 years. Britain’s royal family and the people there will give her last farewell at Westminster Abbey. Many world leaders and members of European royal families are arriving in Britain to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden have arrived in Britain to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on 19 September. According to the White House, the President and First Lady will pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday. They will also sign the official condolence book for Queen Elizabeth II at the venue.
The heads of state of these countries will also be involved.
From political heads of many countries to various members of the royal family and dignitaries from around the world will fly to Britain for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. However, the official list of guests has not been released yet. In addition to the US, Russia, Belarus, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Syria and Venezuela have been invited to attend the Queen’s funeral, according to the New York Post.
There was also discussion in the media that former US President Donald Trump would also be present at the Queen’s funeral. According to the New York Post, the UK government rejected this saying that only the current US President and his wife would attend the Queen’s funeral. According to the news of the New York Post, 75,000 people will be present at the funeral.
President Draupadi Murmu will also visit London
At the same time, apart from the US President, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Emperor Naruhito of Japan will also attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth. India’s President Draupadi Murmu will also go to London to attend the funeral.
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