Chiran Sharma, LONDON: Prince Williams of the United Kingdom visited Nepali Embassy in London to express his condolences to the victims of recent earthquakes in Nepal.
Prince Williams arrived in the embassy at around 9 am today and expressed his sympathy in the condolence book, acting Ambassador Tej Bahadur Chhetri said.
I express my deep sympathy and pray for the departed souls, the prince wrote in the condolence book.
Chhetri briefed the prince with the disaster caused by the earthquake strikes in the country. In reply, Prince Williams who is next in the line to the British throne asked what his country could do for Nepal during this difficult time.
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