Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili on Monday signed a condolence book at British Embassy in Georgia.
In his tweet, the Speaker said, “Paid tribute to the extraordinary leader who had become a globally trusted person and whose legacy will forever be remembered.”
Visited the British Embassy in Georgia to sign a Book of Condolence for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Paid tribute to the extraordinary leader who had become a globally trusted person and whose legacy will forever be remembered. @UKinGeorgia pic.twitter.com/qHIavjvt2G
— Shalva Papuashvili 🇬🇪 (@shpapuashvili) September 12, 2022
Earlier today, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili signed the book and offered his condolences to British Ambassador to Georgia, Mark Clayton.
We offer our heartfelt condolences to the @RoyalFamily, the @GOVUK & the people of UK. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II was a leader who led the nation throughout the decades, being respected, adored and will be well-remembered by the generations ahead.
— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) September 8, 2022
Following the death of HM The Queen on 8 September, a book of condolence has opened at the British Embassy in Tbilisi for anyone in Georgia who wishes to pay their respects, from Monday 12 – Friday 16 September between 10:00 – 13:00, the Embassy announced today.