Prince Harry made a statement

Prince Harry suddenly appeared in London at the British GQ Men of the Year Awards ceremony and made a frightening statement.

The 36-year-old grandson of the British Queen Elizabeth appeared before the subjects of the United Kingdom via video link. During the broadcast, Prince Harry presented an award to scientists engaged in developing a vaccine against COVID-19. The appearance of Prince Harry was unexpected because his performance was not announced in the program. The Duke of Sussex appeared at the performance in black. In his speech, the prince said that Oxford scientists gathered a batch of research cultures and secretly sent it to India last spring. “This was an early example of cooperation in the field of biotechnology,” Prince Harry said.

He added that such experience was necessary to stop the coronavirus epidemic raging on the planet. The Duke said that “we are all in danger” until all states on Earth have full access to vaccinations in full, as well as information about it. The queen’s grandson also called on the leaders of world powers and pharmaceutical giants to continue fighting the spread of coronavirus on the planet. He stressed that all people, regardless of race and nation, should have the right to health and safety and the ability to survive.

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1 thought on “Prince Harry made a statement”

  1. Who the hell is he to tell any American what to do. He should really leave America and take that piece of crap he married with him to the darkest place in Africa.

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Author: Oleg Ceban
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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