Marcelo Ebrard attended the reception of King Carlos III in London

Marcelo Ebrard went to London on behalf of Mexico (via REUTERS)
Marcelo Ebrard went to London on behalf of Mexico (via REUTERS)

The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Marcelo Ebrard Casaubontraveled to England to represent Mexico within the framework of the events organized prior to the death of the Queen isabel II, which occurred on September 8. In this sense, the Mexican foreign minister shared what he wrote in the book of condolences, in addition to his journey during the reception by the newly proclaimed King Carlos III.

“I had the honor to write in the book of condolences established at Lancaster House: ‘Sincere condolences from the people and government of Mexico to the great British people for the Sensitive death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIrest in peace’”, he wrote through his Twitter account where he also shared a photograph.

He also shared a video where he talked about how his first day in London was, in which he explained that for this Sunday, September 18, two highly relevant events would take place: the signing of the book of condolences by Mexico due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the reception offered by King Carlos III to all the representations of the different countries that attended.

“I presented the respects of Mexico to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the ardent chapel established in Westminster Hall. My wife, Rosy, accompanied me, as well as the Ambassador of Mexico to the United Kingdom, Josefa González Blanco, and the Head of the Foreign Ministry, Yanerit Morgan,” the foreign minister wrote in another tweet.

In the video shared by the chancellor, people can be seen walking in total silence in the funeral chapel in Westminster Hall, where the remains of Queen Elizabeth II are located. This, due to a minute of silence because of the death of the queen.

“I appreciate all the attention that the British Government has had for us from the arrival at the airport, transfer, security, selection of hotel, vehicle, driver and guard. Everything has been a sample of deep appreciation and respect for our country”, Marcelo Ebrard wrote at noon last Saturday.

For his part, the British King Charles III thanked the attendees for their support after the death of his mother, Elizabeth II. “We have been deeply moved by the many messages from condolence and support we have received from this country and from all over the world”, he mentioned.

It should be noted that on Monday at 11:00 local time, that is, 5:00 p.m. in Mexico, the funeral of transfer of the coffin will be held of Queen Elizabeth II from the funeral chapel installed in the British Parliament in Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch, which will be followed on foot by members of the royal family.

A minute of silence was given for the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the palace (REUTERS / Sarah Meyssonnier / Pool)
A minute of silence was given for the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the palace (REUTERS / Sarah Meyssonnier / Pool)

Then a service will be held in the Chapel of St. George, near Windsor Castle, where the burial will take place, which will be private.

Among the attendees were the President of the United States, Joe Biden; the president of France, Emamanuel Macron; that of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, as well as some monarchs of Spain. Sweden, Norway, Luxembourg, Monaco, Belgium, Holland, among others.

Many thanked the presence of Mexico in such an important event: “Mexico represented by the best”, “You cannot have better representation. Congratulations!”, Were some of the messages left in the publication of the Mexican foreign minister.

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