The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is currently in London, where she will attend the funeral of Elizabeth II today, and yesterday she paid her respects to the deceased monarch in a parade and signed the book of mourning.
Yesterday, on behalf of the BiH delegation, Turkovic paid her respects to Queen Elizabeth II with a parade in the Palace of Westminster in London, and then signed the Book of Mourning at “Lancaster House”.
”On behalf of the citizens of BiH and on my own behalf, I express my deepest condolences. After the departure of Queen Elizabeth II, nothing will be the same again, and the world will measure the time before and after Queen Elizabeth II. She left a deep mark in history and will be remembered as a sovereign of great courage and dignity,” the minister wrote in the Book of Mourning.
She was welcomed to Lancaster House by the Minister for Development of the United Kingdom (UK) Vicky Ford and the Minister of State of the UK for Europe Leo Docherty and the former Ambassador of the UK Matthew Rycroft.
Today, Turkovic will lead the BiH delegation at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in the presence of a large number of world statesmen and officials.
Invitations for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral were not sent to addresses in three countries: Russia, Belarus, and Myanmar, while Iran will only be present at the ambassadorial level,