BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela offered condolences to the United Kingdom on Friday following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning British monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II’s death was headline news in several Latin American countries.
British Ambassador to Ecuador Chris Campbell said, “there are not just the British people missing her today, not just the British people are remembering her life and her legacy, but also people all over the world.”
A book of condolences is available for those who wish to offer their sympathies in a message to the Royal Family.
British embassies expressed their gratitude for all the expressions of affection and condolences to the Queen and opened the so-called book of condolences for those who wish to express their condolences and send a message to the Royal Family.
In Chile, flowers and cards were left on the British residence walls as a show of solidarity with the British people.
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