Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the authorities require people to follow military greetings via the Internet or on the TV at home
London- Today’s military in unison remembers Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Gibraltar and the seas throughout Britain. In addition, the British laid flowers to commemorate the Duke of Edinburgh, the longest-serving British monarchy. The Duke died last Friday at the age of 99.
The Ministry of Defence announced that in addition to Gibraltar-a British territory located in the southern Iberian Peninsula-Gibraltar, cities such as London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast will fire 41 shots per minute from noon. British Navy.
Queen Victoria died in 1901, and the former Prime Minister Winston Churchill died in 1965. Since then, he has received the same military honor.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s authorities require people to follow military greetings via the Internet or on TV at home, which has dealt a heavy blow to the country.
In addition, some citizens returned to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle where he died on Saturday to lay flowers.
In the morning, a group of people gathered outside the main entrance of Buckingham in central London. The flag was rising to half the mast.
In the past, the workers picked off the flowers left over from the previous day. Royal officials asked not to go to these two locations because of the pandemic.