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News updates after death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September

Leaders of Scotland and Northern Ireland offer their condolences on social media after death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Scotland first minister Nicola Sturgeon wrote that the Queen’s passing was a “profoundly sad moment”. for UK, Commonwealth and world”.

Michelle O’Neill, first minister- designate for Northern Ireland, said the British. people will miss the leadership of the queen.

“Personally, I am grateful for The significant contribution and determined efforts of Queen Elizabeth in promoting peace and reconciliation between our two islands,” said O’Neill. of Sinn Féin party wrote.

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou MacDonald greeted the Queen as ” powerful advocate and ally of those who believe in peace and reconciliation” and expressed sincere condolences on on behalf of of Irish Republicans.

She is added: “Her death moment of grief and pride for British people”.

“Throughout the peace process, she set an example in building relations with those of us who Irish and who share different political allegiances and aspirations for himself and her government’ O’Neill said. in statement.

Sir Geoffrey Donaldson, leader of Northern Ireland’s largest pro-British party, the Democratic Unionist party, said in video message: “Her Majesty set an example in Northern Ireland and reached out hand of friendship with help with reconciliation process. We duty attached to build on what foundation”.

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