Tasmiah Nuhiya Ahmed of DOT: The PM suggested that the Commonwealth must do something befitting in memory of Her Majesty the late Queen Elizabeth II in remembrance of her dedicated service to the forum over the years. She came up with this suggestion during her meeting held yesterday in London with Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland QC, according to a press release of the Prime Minister’s office. The Prime Minister recalled her personal memories with the late Queen also during the said meeting. The Commonwealth Secretary-General paid tribute to the Queen for her abiding commitment to the Commonwealthand expressed her confidence that the legacy would be carried forward by His Majesty King Charles III as the new Head of the Commonwealth.
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