Politicians in the United Kingdom and abroad supported British King Charles. Charles (75 years old) announced on Monday evening that he had cancer.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, among others, wished Charles a speedy recovery. “I have no doubt that he will be back to full strength in no time, and I know the entire country will wish him well,” he wrote. X.
It is not known what type of cancer Charles has. It is clearly not prostate cancer. The King resigns from his public duties while receiving treatment.
Leader of the opposition Labor Party, Keir Starmer, wishes Charles all the best during his recovery on behalf of his party. “We look forward to seeing him back to full health soon,” he wrote. X.
“The whole country wishes the King strength. Best wishes to Charles III for a full and speedy recovery.” He writes Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on the same stage.
Biden talks about 'incredibly sad news'
There has also been reaction to the news outside the UK. A US State Department spokesman said: “Our thoughts are with the king and his family. This is very sad news.” President Joe Biden himself said he was concerned about the diagnosis and would call Charles at a later date.
Former President Donald Trump also made his voice heard. He wrote of his own: “King Charles has cancer. He is a wonderful man. I got to know him well during my presidency. We are all praying for his speedy and complete recovery!” Social truth.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is thinking about Charles. “The same applies to all other Canadians. We wish him the best and hope for a speedy and full recovery,” he added.
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