Aberdeen, 9 September 2022 (TDI): Leaders and officials of APAC (Asia-Pacific) countries joined the world in mourning the loss of Britain’s Queen. The Royal Family of the UK announced the passing away of the Queen of the UK, Elizabeth II on Thursday.

As the Kingdom lost its longest-reigning monarch, many countries stepped forward to join the Kingdom during this challenging time.

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Message from Japan

Japan’s Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida extended his heartfelt condolences to the UK on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Prime Minister highlighted that since the Queen’s enthronement in 1952, she had worked for global peace and prosperity.

Additionally, Prime Minister also accredited the relations between Japan and the UK as a result of traditionally friendly relations between the Imperial Family and the British Royal Family.

He ended his message with the affirmation that Japan’s thoughts are with the United Kingdom during this time.

On Friday, the Prime Minister also visited the British embassy in Japan. He paid his respects to the Queen and also signed the condolence book.

Condolences from the Republic of Korea

The President of South Korea, Yoon Suk-yeol also extended his condolences to the Royal Family of Britain and the people of the UK. In a message, the President of South Korea expressed his solidarity with the UK on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

He highlighted that the Queen had a strong belief in the cause of human freedom and left great legacies of dignity. The President ended his message with the belief that the Queen’s kind heart and good deeds will always remain in the hearts of people.

Message from Cambodia

The President of the National Assembly, Moha Chakrei sent a condolence letter to the speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, over the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

In the message, the President expressed his solidarity with the people of the UK during their time of grief.

Additionally, The British Embassy also has lowered the British flag to half-mast as they mourn the passing of The Queen. The Ambassador of the UK to Cambodia, Dominic Williams said that the Queen had touched many lives throughout her life.

He also joined the people of the Uk in mourning the loss of the Queen.

Consequently, he joined the world in mourning the loss of Britain’s monarch.

Condolences from Thailand

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its deepest sorrow for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The Ministry also highlighted that Queen Elizabeth II had devoted her whole life to the British people and the Commonwealth.

It also emphasized the close ties between the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Thailand.

Consequently, the Ministry expressed that it stands with the international community in mourning the great loss.

The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Don Pramudwinai also signed the book of condolences in the UK embassy in Thailand. He also presented flowers to the Ambassador of the UK in Thailand to extend condolences on the passing of the Queen.

Thailand will also observe three days of mourning for the loss of Britain’s Queen.

Message from Indonesia

The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo also expressed his condolences on the passing of Britain’s Queen. President Joko affirmed Indonesia’s support for the people of the UK and the Royal Family in this time of grief.

The Ambassador of the UK to Indonesia expressed his gratitude to the President for his kind words. Moreover, he emphasized that the Queen has touched thousands of lives during her 70 years of reign.

Additionally, heads of many other countries and organizations also expressed their condolences to the UK.

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