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World leaders speak out after King Charles III's cancer diagnosis

World leaders speak out after King Charles III's cancer diagnosis

Following the announcement of King Charles III of the United Kingdom's cancer diagnosis, world leaders showed solidarity and expressed hope for his recovery. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was among the first to offer words of support, posting a message of hope on social media.

Sunak wishes you a speedy recovery

Sunak's wish for the king's speedy recovery underscores his hope in his resilience. “I have no doubt that he will be back in full force soon“, said Sunak. The whole country wishes him a speedy recovery.

Message from the President of the United States

US President Joe Biden expressed his concerns and said he planned to call the king. Biden's words highlight the importance of the relationship between the US and the UK, which has continued to dominate global politics for decades.

Former British leaders support King Charles

Other British politicians such as Boris Johnson and Liz Truss have expressed hope for a speedy recovery. “The whole country will be rooting for King today,” Johnson said. Truss added: “He will be in our thoughts and prayers. God save the king.

International solidarity with the British monarch

Irish Prime Minister Michelle O'Neill and Scottish Prime Minister Hamza Yusuf also expressed their solidarity with the monarch. O'Neill wished him “the best of luck with your treatment and a full and speedy recovery.” Yusuf said:My thoughts and prayers are with majesty. Best wishes for your speedy recovery and return to normal life“.

In a sign of unity within the United Kingdom, First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford said: “My thoughts and those of people across Wales are with him and his family tonight. I wish him a full and speedy recovery as he begins treatment“.

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