Heads of State and world leaders have sent their condolences to Great Britain after a terrorist attack took place in Manchester on Monday, 22 May.
Following the attack in Manchester, The Queen and Members of the Royal Family held a minute’s silence at today’s Garden Party. pic.twitter.com/tAoo5XJWoG
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) 23 May 2017
Queen Elizabeth had sent a message of condolence to the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester.
Prince Charles also sends a message.
Statement from the Duke of Cambridge at Kensington Palace soon followed on Twitter.
A message from The Duke of Cambridge following last night’s attack in Manchester. pic.twitter.com/g8EWtuC2A8
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 23 May 2017
Sir Peter Cosgrove, Governor-General of Australia
Message from the Belgian Royal Palace.
— Belgian Royal Palace (@MonarchieBe) May 23, 2017
Queen Margrethe II’s message to Queen Elizabeth.
Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg
From the Royal Hashemite Court
His Majesty King Abdullah II condemns the Manchester blast and offers condolences to British Prime Minister Theresa May #Jordan
— RHC (@RHCJO) 23 May 2017
King Abdullah of Jordon posts his own message on Twitter
We must all stand united to destroy the khawarej outlaws of Islam, who committed the evil acts of terror in Manchester & threaten our values
— عبدالله بن الحسين (@KingAbdullahII) 23 May 2017
Prince Albert II’s message to Queen Elizabeth II.
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands’ message in English.
King Harald V of Norway’s condolences.
King Carl XVI Gustaf’s message in Swedish.
The English translation.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia observed a one-minute silence for the victims at Manchester during a visit to Barcelona.