The death of Queen Elizabeth II has cast a shadow of mourning across the world, including Britain. Rani was admired around the world for her strong leadership and various social activities. Under his leadership, Britain’s economy was turned around after the heavy losses of World War II.

Various world leaders have expressed grief over Rani’s death.

Below are some responses-

Just two days ago, the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss took over from the Queen. But he said that he was deeply saddened by Rani’s death a day later.

In a condolence message, he said, the Queen’s death is a great grief for the British nation and the world. Queen Elizabeth II is the foundation on which modern Britain is built. The economy of our country developed during his reign. Britain is a great country today because of the Queen.

US President Joe Biden said in a condolence message that Queen Elizabeth II helped build a special friendship between the United States and the United Kingdom.

And Queen Elizabeth II was called a friend of his country by French President Emmanuel Makho.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres recalled the Queen’s contribution to the development of colonialism and the Commonwealth of Nations in Africa and Asia. He referred to the Queen as a good friend of the United Nations.

According to him, the world will remember the queen’s patronage of various social activities and her leadership.

In a condolence message, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the queen’s leadership and expressed deep grief over her death.

Former US President Barack Obama called himself and his wife Michelle Obama lucky to have the opportunity to speak with the Queen.

Besides, top leaders including Canada, Ukraine, Jordan, European Union, Commonwealth Secretary General, Pope Francis, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chancellor of Australia, Germany expressed their condolences.

(September 9)