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    Queen Elizabeth II :

    “Prince Philip and I have been deeply shocked and saddened by the terrible loss of life in Paris. We send our most sincere condolences to you, the families of those who have died and the French people.”

    King Philippe I of the Belgians :

    “Shocked by attacks in Paris, Belgium is in solidarity with French people. Courage to the people directly affected by these heinous acts.”

    King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands
    “I am deeply shocked by the attacks last night in Paris. The Netherlands feels connected closely with France. We mourn with the people of France to the victims. With the French people, we remain steadfastly defend freedom against those who try to undermine her with terror. The values of freedom and solidarity, we never price. Our thoughts are with all those who now have intense grief at the loss of their loved ones and all the victims of these cowardly attacks.”

    Queen Margrethe II of Denmark

    King Harald V of Norway

    King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

    King Felipe VI. of Spain
    Mr President,

    In these moments of pain, want to send all the closeness, solidarity and support on behalf of the Government and the Spanish people as well as to express firm condemnation against terrorist barbarity and the cruel and inhuman injustice of those who undermine the principles and fundamental values underpinning our coexistence and our democracies.

    Next to the Queen, I want to also express my heartfelt condolences to the families of the deceased and our desire for a speedy recovery of the injured. The Spaniards are today more than ever, next to the French in the determination, commitment and unity which allows to overcome challenges of terrorist violence.

    Prince Albert II. of Monaco :

    “Mr President.

    The attacks that come from strike Paris at the heart, numb us.

    My country shares the sorrow and the terror of the friendly France, bruised by these terrorist crimes.

    With respect and a huge emotion, we bow before the memory of so many victims and the indescribable pain of their families.

    Our thoughts are also all persons injured in their flesh by these wild acts.

    On my own behalf, on behalf of my family and the people of Monaco, I want to assure you of our deep and real solidarity, in union with all those who are mobilizing against the scourge of terrorism.

    Alongside of the French Republic, we know that it will not prevail.

    Please accept, Mr. President of the French Republic, the assurance of my highest consideration.”

    Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg :

    “Mr. President,

    It is with horror and consternation that not have seen images of the attacks in Paris.

    The Grand Duchess and I assure you together with the people of Luxembourg to share our great compassion for the victims and their families.

    We express our total solidarity in misfortune that hits the France.”

    King Mohammed VI of Morocco :

    “Mr. President,

    I offer my most saddened condolences to you, to the innocent victims’ families and to the entire French people as well as my earnest wishes of prompt recovery to the wounded.

    I would like to condemn in the strongest terms on behalf of the Moroccan people and in my own name these vile terrorist acts and express our full solidarity and support in this ordeal.”

    The political French party that supports a return of the Monarchy in France Alliance Royale issued a statement:

    Les attentats du 13 novembre: communiqué du délégué général
    La vraie force viendra de notre courage à défendre ce que nous sommes en s’adossant à ce qui nous reste de meilleur: notre héritage. Car notre pire ennemi est notre reniement.

    Shah Reza II of Iran