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Washington: US President Joe Biden attends Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. Queen Elizabeth II of England passed away yesterday (September 8). After his death, Charles III was formally proclaimed king. Arrangements are being made for the Maharani’s funeral. In this case, US President Joe Biden has said that he is going to attend this event.
Biden made the announcement while meeting reporters at an airport in Ohio. He said, I know Charles very well. I haven’t spoken to him yet. But he said, “I will personally attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth of England.”
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The White House is actively making arrangements for the President’s visit to the UK. The US President’s travel details will be released as soon as the UK government officially announces the funeral arrangements.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden visited the British Embassy in Washington. There they wrote a note of condolence on the death of Queen Elizabeth in a notebook. President Biden wrote, “We are grieving on behalf of all of you. Queen Elizabeth was a wonderful woman. I am blessed to have met her in my lifetime.” “Our thoughts are with you,” wrote Jill Biden.
Later, in a condolence statement released jointly by both of them, “We express our deepest sympathies to the British Royal Family. The people there are mourning the loss of their mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. We offer our condolences. The glory of the Queen will go down in British history. The Queen’s contribution to maintaining Britain’s relationship with the world is important. . The last time we went to Britain was in June 2021. Then Queen Elizabeth welcomed us with kindness. We remember that love.”