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Seruiratu Invited To Queen’s Parade

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) chief of staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu has been invited to witness the Trooping the Colour parade to commemorate The Queen’s Birthday on June
08 Jun 2016 07:55
Seruiratu Invited To Queen’s Parade
RFMF Chief of Staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu at the UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham.

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) chief of staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu has been invited to witness the Trooping the Colour parade to commemorate The Queen’s Birthday on June 11.

“On Saturday 11th June, I have also been invited to witness the Trooping the Color ceremony, the official commemoration of The Queen’s birthday at 10am at Buckingham Palace,” Colonel Seruiratu said via email yesterday.

“Thanks to the British Government and Ministry of Defence UK.”

According to London’s Evening Standard the traditional Trooping the Colour parade and carriage procession would kick off in the morning.

The Standard reported that the Queen, accompanied by Prince Philip and other royals, would watch the Birthday Parade on Horse Guards Parade at which The Queen’s Colour of Number 7 Company Coldstream Guards would be trooped.

Afterwards, the royals will join a carriage procession back to the Palace. Royal fans will be hoping to catch a glimpse of Princess Charlotte if she makes her first appearance on the balcony for the annual RAF flypast.

Colonel Seruiratu is in Britain attending a senior military leaders symposium titled “Building Integrity for Senior Leaders” .

The event is sponsored by the British Government through the UK Ministry of Defence and is held at the UK Defence Academy at Shrivenham.

 

 

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