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PM Deuba expresses sorrow over Queen's demise

2022 Sep 10, 19:44, kathmandu
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the HMS Queen Elizabeth at HM Naval Base, ahead of the ship's maiden deployment, in Portsmouth, England, Saturday May 22, 2021. HMS Queen Elizabeth will be leading a 28-week deployment to the Far East that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted is not confrontational towards China. Photo: AP

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba expressed his sorrow over the demise of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (UK).

PM Deuba reached the British Embassy in Kathmandu and signed the book of condolence, extending his condolences and tribute to Queen Elizabeth II who passed away on September 8 at the age of 96, according to PM Deuba's Secretariat

Earlier on September 9, PM Deuba took to Twitter and expressed his sadness over the passing away of the British Monarch. Fondly reminiscing her two important state visits to Nepal in 1961 and 1986, the Head of the Government of Nepal said that Queen Elizabeth II distinguished herself with duty, honor, and service.

Furthermore, Deuba through his tweet also expressed his deepest condolences to the British royal family.

The government of Nepal on September 9 decided to mourn the passing away of Queen Elizabeth II for three days from September 10-12.



PM Deuba expresses sorrow Queen Elizabeth II's demise UK
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