The ruler of Dubai, Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid met with the New Monarch of Britain, King Charles III, on Sunday to offer his grief on the death of the longest-serving Monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II.
Dubai’s ruler Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid was accompanied by UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation Reem Al-Hashimy.
Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid offered his condolences and highlighted the significant role of the Queen across the globe. He also added the warm relationship between UAE and United Kingdom in various fields.
Dubai’s ruler Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid said, “The historical ties between the two nations will continue to grow deeper and stronger to serve the peoples of both countries and strengthen regional and international security, stability, and peace.”
The funeral of the Late Monarch of Britain is set to be held on Monday. The funeral ceremony is said to be one of Britain’s huge gatherings, including the royals and Political leaders across the globe.
Funeral Ceremony invitations are sent to politicians and other notable personalities across the globe. Around 500 heads of state and foreign notables are anticipated to attend the late Monarch’s funeral on Monday.
Most leaders have been instructed by Royal authorities to arrive on commercial flights and told they would be bussed en masse from a site in west London.
Entire Britain held a moment of silence for Queen Elizabeth II at 8 p.m. local time. The Queen’s funeral is preserved today as the coffin remains in the state from Wednesday.
President Biden and other dignitaries arrived in London for the funeral, to which around 500 royals, heads of state and heads of government from around the globe were invited.
Biden and first lady Jill Biden paid their respects at Westminster Hall on Sunday, where they were joined by Jane Hartley, U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.
The president and first lady signed the official condolence book for the Queen at Lancaster House.