British Royal Court ‘Recognized’ Crimea as Part of Russia in Letter to Sevastopol Students

The British Royal Court responded to a letter from schoolchildren of the “Small Academy of Sciences” in Sevastopol, Crimea. In the “address” section, there is stated “Sevastopol, Russia”. Thus, the country’s government indirectly recognised that the peninsula belongs to Russia. 

As noted, this summer, the students of the creative association “Entertaining English” wrote a letter to Queen Elizabeth II. The letter was responded by the lady-in-waiting of Elizabeth II Philippa de Pass. She noted that the Queen was glad to learn about the interest of Sevastopol children in the English language, and supported the teachers.

“It was a pleasant surprise for the students and the teacher to receive the long-awaited answer three months later,” the Sevastopol teachers said.

The letter from the Royal Court was accompanied by booklets with information about the Queen and her family. Now, the “Small Academy of Sciences” is going to write a letter to Prince William and Kate Middleton as part of the new programme “Writing Letters to the Royal Family”.

Ru-Main, 14.10.2021
Source: RIA Novosti 



Related Posts


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *