Acting Foreign Minister Offers Condolences on Death of Queen Elizabeth

The acting Foreign Minister, Ambassador Ali Al-Saddiq, paid a visit to the premises of the United Kingdom Embassy in Khartoum and offered condolences on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Minister expressed deep sadness on the death of Queen Elizabeth II, explaining that Her Majesty was an example of dedication to serving her country and her nation with wisdom and ability over the past seven decades.

The minister expressed sincere condolences to His Majesty King Charles III of the United Kingdom, and to the friendly British people, on behalf of the government and people of Sudan, wishing His Majesty all success and the continuation of the late Queen’s method in serving the global peace and development issues, and consolidating the distinguished bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields.

He wrote a speech in the condolence book, expressing his great thanks and appreciation for the positions of the United Kingdom in supporting the Sudanese people to achieve peace and stability in the country.

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