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Queen Elizabeth: She will not attend the UN Climate Summit – What is happening with her health


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Queen Elizabeth will not attend the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) next week, the Palace has announced.

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The 95-year-old woman met today (10/26) by videoconference with the new ambassadors to Great Britain, in her first official duties after the break she had to take. This development brought smiles, however, it did not take long for a new “bell” to be heard.

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Elizabeth was expected to attend the COP26 Summit early next week in Glasgow, Scotland. But, according to the Daily Mail, this will not happen, following medical recommendations.

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“Following a recommendation to rest, the Queen will undertake soft duties at Windsor Castle. “Her Majesty has unfortunately decided not to travel to Glasgow to attend the COP26 reception on Monday 1 November,” the palace said in a press release. , less than a week after Isabel had to spend the night in the hospital.

“Her Majesty is disappointed that she will not be able to attend the reception, but will address the delegates present via recorded video message,” the palace added.

A palace source said the decision not to attend COP26 was taken as a “reasonable precaution”, wanting everyone to know in advance. The 95-year-old remains in good spirits and wants COP26 to be a success, the source added.

After a busy schedule in early October, Elizabeth last week canceled a visit to Northern Ireland on the advice of her doctors, who told her to rest.

He had to spend the night from Wednesday to Thursday at the private Edward VII hospital in London, after undergoing “preliminary tests.”

Queen Elizabeth made her first official engagement since her stay in hospital today, taking part in two conference calls to welcome the new ambassadors to Britain from South Korea and Switzerland.

Reuters, citing Palace sources, reports that the Queen expressed the hope that her absence would not be used by someone to avoid attending COP26. In general, we try not to relate this evolution to her state of health, although it seems inevitable.

“Sadly, Her Majesty has decided that she will not be traveling to Glasgow to attend the Cop26 evening reception on Monday 1st November. Her Majesty is disappointed not to attend the reception, but she will address the assembled delegates via recorded message,” Buckingham’s statement read.

The 95-year-old woman today took part in her first official duties since doctors recommended bed rest and after spending a night in hospital last week.

Specifically, he held the hearings by videoconference, from Windsor Castle, his main place of residence. During the online meeting, the ambassadors of South Korea, Gun Kim, and Switzerland, Marcus Leitner, presented their credentials, according to Buckingham.

The queen was smiling and wearing a yellow dress. She was her first official public appearance since October 19, after she canceled a visit to Northern Ireland a day after her doctors recommended bed rest.

Then last week, the Queen spent the night from Wednesday to Thursday in hospital, officially for “preliminary” tests. Buckingham Palace’s delay in disclosing her hospitalization, the first since 2013, has raised questions and criticism about the palace’s lack of transparency.

source: iefi merida

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