Queen Margrethe II of Denmark sends condolences to silent Emperor

Her Majesty the Queen Margrethe II of Denmark wrote a letter expressing her condolences to Emperor Naruhito of Japan owing the demise of the former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Today On July 9, Her Majesty the Queen Margrethe II of Denmark in a letter from Marselisborg palace sent her condolences to Emperor Naruhito of Japan owing to the demise of the former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Shinzo Abe was the youngest elected and longest serving prime minister of the constitutional monarchy of Japan.

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Queen Margrethe II’s letter read. “It is with deep concern that I have learned about the tragic death of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. My thoughts and sympathy are with his family, Your Majesty and the people of Japan.”

Earlier in the day, The Deputy Emir of the State of Qatar also wrote to the emperor expressing his condolences over the former PM’s death.

All Monarchs, head of states and world leaders have taken their turn to express their grief and shock over the assassination of Shinzo Abe. Which happened while he was campaigning in the city of Nara yesterday. The doctors operated on him for about 5 hours in a bid to save him. But after multiple blood transfusions and no positive response, he was declared dead by the doctors in a press conference.

Ironically, His Imperial Majesty Emperor Naruhito himself and the imperial family who have yet not issued any statements. On the passing of their country’s longest serving Prime Minister.