Wang Qishan attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II as the special representative of President Xi Jinping

Vice President Wang Qishan attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II as a special representative of President Xi Jinping at the invitation of the British government.

Wang Qishan drove to the British Parliament on Sunday afternoon local time to attend the Queen’s farewell party. On Monday morning, he attended the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey with the British royal family, heads of state from various countries and representatives of other governments.

Wang Qishan told the British side that Queen Elizabeth II had the longest reign in the United Kingdom. It remains very popular with the British and has made important contributions to the development of Sino-British relations.

King Charles III sent. He expressed the condolences of President Xi Jinping and the Chinese government and people, and expressed his sincere condolences to the royal family, the British government and the British people.

King Charles III delivered an oral message to the Chinese side welcoming Pang Qishan, who attended the Queen’s funeral as special representative of President Xi Jinping. King Charles said the British royal family highly values ​​their friendship with the Chinese leadership, attaches great importance to the development of British-Chinese relations, and hopes to continue cooperation with China in sustainable development and other fields.

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