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Seychelles President sends well wishes to the royals

In a message sent to the palace, Seychelles President Michel spoke of the shared celebrations taking place across the commonwealth and the special relationship the royal couple have with Seychelles.

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In a message sent to the palace, Seychelles President Michel spoke of the shared celebrations taking place across the commonwealth and the special relationship the royal couple have with Seychelles.

President Michel has, on behalf of the government and people of Seychelles, congratulated HRH Prince William of Wales and his bride Catherine Middleton on the occasion of their wedding.

“This happy occasion is being celebrated across the commonwealth and across the world. Every Seychellois is pleased and proud to join in this truly global celebration, as we all have fond memories of your visit to our islands a few years ago.

“On this momentous day, we unite with the rest of the world to reiterate our felicitation and celebrate your union.”

The President also took this opportunity to send a congratulatory message to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II conveying wishes of health and prosperity for both the occasions of the royal wedding and Her Majesty’s 85th birthday.

President Michel also thanked Her Majesty for the continued strong relations between Great Britain and Seychelles.

“The United Kingdom and Seychelles share a very rich history. The government of Seychelles is grateful for the strong bond of friendship that has continuously cemented the relations between our two countries and peoples.

“We are also encouraged, your Majesty, that our two countries have been able to provide each other with mutual support in the fight against new and emerging threats including climate change and maritime piracy.”

The Seychelles High Commissioner to Great Britain Mr. Patrick Pillay attended the royal wedding at Westminster Abbey on behalf of the government of Seychelles.

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