Kremlin removes Queen Elizabeth antique swords!

A statement on the Kremlin Museums’ website also revealed that the exhibition has been postponed.

“The Moscow Kremlin Museums report the postponement of the exhibition ‘The Duel: from Trial by Combat to a Noble Crime’ which was scheduled to open on 4 March 2022,” the statement read.” The core of the project consists of exhibits from European museums, which were forced to withdraw them before the time due to the geopolitical situation.”

“The Moscow Kremlin Museums are currently working on exhibition happen without European participation, and express their sense thanks to the Russian museum community for offering assistance in the current difficult circumstances,” it added.

The exhibition was sponsored by Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov. The 68-year-old has been the subject of international sanctions amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

According to the royal family’s website the queen, as head of state, has to remain strictly natural” with respect to political matters.” The monarch does not vote or stand for election. However, she does have important ceremonial and formal roles in relation to the British government.

Royal family members really get involves in political matters and instead, also choose to remain neutral. Ukraine was invaded on February 24. The invasion has sparked worldwide condemnation. Hundreds have already been reported either dead or wounded, including children. Million have fled or attempted to escape the country.

 

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