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“A colossal loss”: President Weah conveys sympathy to the UK after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

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  The President of Liberia HE Dr George Manneh Weah has expressed his sadness at the passing of the UK s longest serving monarch Queen Elizabeth II He is reported to have died peacefully on Thursday 8th September 2022 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland after doctors said they had been concerned about her health The President conveys his deepest condolences to the governments and people of the United Kingdom and all Commonwealth nations who have been greatly affected by the Queen s death She reigned for 70 years and celebrated her 96th birth anniversary last April President Weah described the Queen s death as a colossal loss to the world He said that Liberia has also lost a friend who paid a historic visit to Monrovia in 1961 during the celebration of Liberia s independence Her entourage at the time which included her late husband Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh received a momentous welcome Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne in 1952 during a very turbulent period in British and world history following the death of her father King George VI She had worked with some 15 prime ministers before her death On Tuesday she received the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss in audience President Weah said he shares the pain of the British people at having spent part of his career as a professional footballer in the country He also conveyed his condolences to the royal family saying that he prays that they find comfort in the Lord
“A colossal loss”: President Weah conveys sympathy to the UK after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

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The President of Liberia, HE Dr. George Manneh Weah, has expressed his sadness at the passing of the UK‘s longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.

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He is reported to have died “peacefully” on Thursday 8th September 2022 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland after doctors said they had been “concerned” about her health.

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The President conveys his deepest condolences to the governments and people of the United Kingdom and all Commonwealth nations who have been greatly affected by the Queen’s death.

She reigned for 70 years and celebrated her 96th birth anniversary last April.

President Weah described the Queen’s death as a colossal loss to the world.

He said that Liberia has also lost a friend, who paid a historic visit to Monrovia in 1961 during the celebration of Liberia’s independence.

Her entourage at the time, which included her late husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, received a momentous welcome.

Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne in 1952 during a very turbulent period in British and world history following the death of her father, King George VI.

She had worked with some 15 prime ministers before her death.

On Tuesday she received the new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, in audience.

President Weah said he shares the pain of the British people at having spent part of his career as a professional footballer in the country.

He also conveyed his condolences to the royal family, saying that he prays that they find comfort in the Lord.

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