British king Charles III This Thursday, he published his first message after announcing his cancer diagnosis, to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Grenada, a Caribbean country that is a member of the Commonwealth.
“I can only apologize for not being able to be with you in person to celebrate this historic event.” The Saudi monarch said in a statement that he canceled his public schedule after he began treatment on Monday to deal with his illness.
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Grenade It is one of the components United Kingdom ParliamentThat is, the Commonwealth of Independent States, heir to the British Empire – consisting of the United Kingdom and its colonies – and headed by the English King.
Thus, Carlos III used the anniversary to show his “deep admiration” for Granada's state-building in the previous five decades.
““Together, you have turned Granada into an example of democracy, human rights and the rule of law.” said the British monarch, who confirmed that he had good memories of his visit to the island five years ago.
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This is the first message from the king yet Buckingham Palace He reported that he was suffering from a type of cancer, but no further details were provided.
The disease was diagnosed during treatment for prostate enlargement that the king underwent last January, although, according to royal sources, the cancer is not compatible with this part of the body.
Following this news, Charles III suspended his public activity, although he will retain his government duties, including weekly meetings with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
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