A speech by The Queen at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting dinner, 2009
Published 27 January 2009
I am delighted to welcome you all here this evening.
President Richards, Secretary-General, Ladies and Gentlemen,
As Head of the Commonwealth, I am delighted to welcome you all here this evening in this, the sixtieth Year of the Commonwealth. I am very pleased to be with you and wish you every success in your deliberations.
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