London, United Kingdom | AFP | June 2, 2022 – Elizabeth II’s 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne, from the pope to the American and French presidents, who unexpectedly pass through the Vice President of the Irish Republican Party, Sinn Fein. .
In a short telegram addressed “Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace, London”, Pope Francis assures the Queen “His Prayers” Therefore “May God Almighty bless you, the royal family and all the people of the land with unity, prosperity and peace.” “As you celebrate your Platinum Jubilee this year, I extend my heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to you”, And so on.
Joe Biden’s tweet
“Jill and I wish you the Platinum Jubilee Celebration for your glory. Congratulations to Queen Elizabeth II on representing the United States for her unprecedented 70 years of service to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, and thank you for your friendship with the American people. US President Joe Biden tweeted for himself and his wife.
The “gold thread” between Paris and London
“You are the golden thread that connects our two nations, the proof of the unwavering friendship between our nations”, French President Emmanuel Macron said in a message to Elizabeth II. “You are a constant presence and source of wisdom for the leaders of both our countries.” He continued. “You are our friend, our closest friend, you are a model of service to others. Celebrating you today means celebrating the sincere and deep friendship that unites our two countries and your commitment to serve it. Emmanuel Macron added. “Sir, I have the privilege of addressing you on behalf of the French people. My sincere congratulations on your Platinum Jubilee.”
“Peace and Reconciliation” In Northern Ireland
The Irish Republican Party thanked Sinn Fin Elizabeth II for her role in the Northern Ireland peace process, which could not even be imagined during the longest period of her rule. A period marked by three decades “Problems” In this British province the Republicans, especially the Catholics, who wanted a reunification with Ireland, and the majority Protestant Unionists, were associated with the preservation within the crown. In a letter sent last month, Sinn Fin Vice President Michelle O’Neill emphasized. “The (Queen’s) major contribution to peace and reconciliation”.
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