Kremlin says Queen’s ‘wisdom’ in ‘international shortage of supply’

The Kremlin has announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s “wisdom and authority” will be internationally ignored and had an exchange with other global leaders on Friday as it paid tribute for the British monarch who passed away on Thursday.

The Russian people have “great respect” for Queen Elizabeth II, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, pointing to her qualities as “intelligence and authority”.

He added: “Such qualities are in short supply in the international arena at the moment.

The statement from the Kremlin came alongside a message of condolence from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

He wrote to King Charles III to pay his respects and express his “sincere sympathy” for England after the Queen’s death.

Despite the tensions over the war in Ukraine, the Russian president approached the monarch in a telegram on Thursday.

He wrote: “The most important events in the recent history of Great Britain are inextricably linked with the Queen’s name. For decades, Elizabeth II enjoyed the love and respect of her subjects and authority on the world stage.

“I wish you courage and perseverance in the face of this heavy and irreparable loss. I ask that you convey your heartfelt sympathies and support to members of the royal family and the people of the UK as a whole.”

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