The queen wishes! Prince Charles was approved to be the head of the Commonwealth

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 The queen wishes! Prince Charles was approved to be the head of the Commonwealth


Overseas network 20 April, British Sky News sources said Prince Charles has been approved to take over as the next head of the Commonwealth. The leaders of the Commonwealth group made this decision in Windsor Castle. Earlier, the British Queen Elizabeth II officially introduced his son and Prince Charles to the head of the Commonwealth of the Commonwealth, according to the overseas network. I sincerely hope that the Commonwealth will continue to bring stability and continuity to the future and that the prince of Welsh will inherit my fathers important work in 1949, the queen said at the British federal government summit held in London on 19 days. The head of the Commonwealth is not hereditary, which means that the post can not be automatically transmitted to Charles after the death of the queen. The heads of government or representatives from 53 Commonwealth members attended the meeting the same day. British Prime Minister Teresa May said the summit will focus on the most important issues in twenty-first Century to deal with global climate change, improve the marine environment and network security. She is looking forward to working with all of us to create a common future for the Commonwealth. Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth secretary-general, said he believed the Commonwealth would continue to grow and expand in the future. The Commonwealth has 53 members, most of which are former British or ancillary countries. Source: overseas network Author: Sun Meng editor in charge: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 Earlier, the British Queen Elizabeth II officially introduced his son and Prince Charles to the head of the Commonwealth of the Commonwealth, according to the overseas network. I sincerely hope that the Commonwealth will continue to bring stability and continuity to the future and that the prince of Welsh will inherit my fathers important work in 1949, the queen said at the British federal government summit held in London on 19 days. The head of the Commonwealth is not hereditary, which means that the post can not be automatically transmitted to Charles after the death of the queen. The heads of government or representatives from 53 Commonwealth members attended the meeting the same day. British Prime Minister Teresa May said the summit will focus on the most important issues in twenty-first Century to deal with global climate change, improve the marine environment and network security. She is looking forward to working with all of us to create a common future for the Commonwealth. Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth secretary-general, said he believed the Commonwealth would continue to grow and expand in the future. The Commonwealth has 53 members, most of which are former British or ancillary countries.