Russian President Vladimir Putin became one of in first world leaders to congratulate King Charles III after he was announced new british sovereign on Saturday.
“Please accept my sincere congratulations. on your accession to the throne,” the statement said. posted through the Russian embassy in London said on Twitter.
“I wish Your Majesty success, good health and all best,” It added.
Prince Charles has been officially named Britain’s king in ceremony on Saturday morning.
Although Charles became king immediately after death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, meeting of The British Accession Council officially approved him as head of the country. next monarch on Saturday morning.
The historic ceremony was televised. for in first time.
Despite the tension over war in Ukraine and British-Russian relations are at a low level, Putin also wrote in new monarch when death of The queen was announced expressing “sincere sympathy” for Britain after her death.
He wrote: “The most important events in recent history of The United Kingdom is inextricably linked with title of Her Majesty. For many decades, Elizabeth II was rightfully loved and respected. of her subjects, as well as the power on in world scene.
“I wish you are courage and perseverance in in face of this heavy, irreparable loss. Please pass on the words of sincere sympathy and support members of Royal family and all people of Great Britain.”
Per good measure, Kremlin also argued that the Queen’s “wisdom and authority” would be missed internationally.
Russian people It was “great respect” for This was announced to journalists by the official representative of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov. on Friday Single out her qualities of “wisdom and power”
“Such qualities in very few supplies on in international scene at the moment,” he said. added emphasized.