After it was officially announced that King Charles III was diagnosed with cancer, as reported by Buckingham Palace itself, different international leaders and leaders of British countries lamented the news and wished him “the best” and “a speedy recovery” to him. monarch of the United Kingdom.
The English Premier Rishi Sunak he wrote on his social networks “wishing His Majesty a speedy and complete recovery.”
“I have no doubt that will regain all his strength in a short time and I know that everything the country will wish him the best“.
Known by North IrelandMichelle O'Neill said she was “very sorry” for the monarch's illness and wished him a recovery.
“I am very sorry to learn of King Charles' illness and I want to wish him the best for your treatment and a complete and rapid recovery,” said the new head of state, as reproduced by the BBC.
Wishing His Majesty a full and speedy recovery.
I have no doubt he’ll be back to full strength in no time and I know the whole country will be wishing him well. https://t.co/W4qe806gmv
— Rishi Sunak (@RishiSunak) February 5, 2024
For its part, from Cardiff, GalesPrime Minister Mark Drakeford, confessed to being “sad after hearing the news.”
“My thoughts and those of the people of all wales will be with him and his family tonight,” he said.
It is very sad to hear the news that King Charles is facing further health challenges.
My thoughts, and those of people all over Wales, will be with him and his family tonight.
I send him my best wishes, and I wish him a speedy recovery as he begins treatment. https://t.co/01uj2CXxtJ
— Mark Drakeford (@Prime Minister) February 5, 2024
He added: “I send him my best wishes as he begins treatment for a full and speedy recovery. Get well soon [Que te mejores pronto]”.
His peer Humza Haroon Yousaf, from Scotlandsaid in a statement that his “thoughts and prayers They are with His Majesty the King.”
“I wish him the best for a speedy recovery and a return to public life“he added.
Finally he left his message to the royal family. “My thoughts are also with His Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family in what I know will be a worrying moment for all of them,” he said.
Furthermore, the Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer He wished the King “all the best.”
“On behalf of the Labor Party, I wish Your Majesty all the best for your recovery. We hope to see him quickly recover to full health,” was the message on social media.
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From USAState Department spokesman Vedant Patel described the news as “news iincredibly sad“. And in that sense he added: “I am very sorry for the king and his family.”
Furthermore, he stated that the thoughts of the Joe Biden administration are with the King and the Royal Family.
Minutes later, it was the North American president himself who said he was “concerned” about Charles III and expressed his desire to communicate with the monarch. “I hope to speak with him soon”he maintained and then it emerged that there would be a telephone call to the king during the day.
For his part, his predecessor, Donald Trump described the British king as a “wonderful man.” “All we pray so that he can recover quickly and completely,” he said on the Truth social network.
Benjamin Netanyahu, president of Israelused social networks to send, together with his wife, Sara, his “most sincere wishes” to King Charles III and his “prayers for his good health.”
Sara and I send our heartfelt well wishes to King Charles III and our prayers for his good health.
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) February 5, 2024
The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeaureported for his part in X: “I, like Canadians across the country and people around the world, am thinking of His Majesty King Charles III as he undergoes cancer treatment.”
I, like Canadians across the country and people around the world, am thinking of His Majesty King Charles III as he undergoes treatment for cancer. We’re sending him our very best wishes – and hoping for a fast and full recovery.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) February 5, 2024
“We send you our best wishes and hope for a quick and complete recovery,” added the Canadian president.