Many world leaders and kings were concerned about the consequences of Corona last year in a Christmas speech.
In his speech, King William Alexander spoke of his encounters with health care workers and others who feel first-hand the consequences of the crisis. “At the end of a difficult year, this was not the Christmas we had hoped for,” the king said. “In living rooms across the Netherlands the chairs are left empty, while we would be more than happy to bring extra chairs.”
Pope Francis, during the traditional European and European blessing, called on countries to fairly distribute Corona vaccines around the world: “In the face of a challenge that knows no boundaries, we must not build walls. We are all in this together.”
‘Corona has ruined dreams’
German President Steinmeier said that the Corona virus “destroyed dreams”. According to Steinmeier, “a lot of people died of a bitter and lonely death” in the past year. “And we are missing them now,” the president said.
US President Trump and his wife Melania thanked him in a video message at Twitter Everyone is for their efforts during the pandemic, like teachers and doctors. “We are grateful to everyone who has worked hard to make vaccine penetration possible,” the president said.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s speech was kept secret for the first time in years. Buckingham Palace has not released anything on the speech this year. According to a reporter from Daily expression However, it takes little imagination to predict what they will talk about in this year of Corona. Speech begins at 4 pm NST.