December 2, 2021

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British Queen urges world leaders to rise above politics and think for future generations

British Queen urges world leaders to rise above politics and think for future generations

British Queen Elizabeth II. World leaders were invited to the COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow, Scotland “Rise above current policy” And work together for future generations.

The ninety-five-year-old queen initially wanted to attend an event in Scotland, but had to cancel the trip because her doctors advised her to rest properly for at least the next two weeks, not to go anywhere and focus only on light work. .

A place for hope

The Queen spent the night at King Edward VII Hospital in London last week, where she was admitted to the hospital for several years.

“I believe this conference will be one of the rare opportunities for everyone to rise above current politics and achieve real statehood. History shows that if nations come together for a common cause, there will always be room for hope. He said through a video message filmed at Windsor Castle last week.

The future for children

The oldest and longest-serving British monarch to be celebrated 70 years on the throne next year recalled that the environment was a very close topic for her husband Prince Philip, who died a few weeks before his 100th birthday in April this year. .

He also said he was proud of the continued efforts of Philip through the work of their eldest son, Prince Charles, and grandson, Prince William.

The Queen noted that the current population will not benefit from the solutions agreed upon in Glasgow “No one lives forever.” “But we do this not for ourselves, but for our children, for our children’s children, and for those who follow in their footsteps.” She added.

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