Great Britain Extends Condolences on 'America's Darkest of Days'

Great Britain Extends Condolences on 'America's Darkest of Days'


Prime Minister Boris Johnson has extended Britain’s condolences to the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks on “America’s darkest of days.”

“Today we remember all those who died, those who survived, and those who continue to grieve on America’s darkest of days,” Johnson said in a message of remembrance shared on social media.

“We will never forget those who lost their lives on 9/11 — 19 years ago today,” added Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary, Dominic Raab.

“My thoughts are with their families & friends who, in the face of such appalling loss, showed such courage. We stand with our American friends in our determination to promote peace & stability,” he said.

Today we remember all those who died, those who survived, and those who continue to grieve America’s darkest of days.
#September11

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— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) September 11, 2020

Fully 67 Britons and eleven people with close ties

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