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Líderes mundiais de homens fortes descem a Londres para o funeral da rainha

WORLD leaders have descended on London for the Queen’s funeral, including Brazil’s strongman leader Jair Bolsonaro.

The right-wing populist president addressed a rally from the windows of his country’s embassy as he stoked-up the flag-waving crowd that had gathered outside.

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, Centro, and his wife Michelle Bolsonaro pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffin

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro, Centro, and his wife Michelle Bolsonaro pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffinCrédito: Getty Images – Getty
It's unclear if Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will now attend the funeral

It’s unclear if Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will now attend the funeralCrédito: AP
US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill arrived in the UK late last night

US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill arrived in the UK late last nightCrédito: Reuters
Many world leaders have already paid their respects to Queen Elizabeth's coffin which is currently lying in state in Westminster Hall

Many world leaders have already paid their respects to Queen Elizabeth’s coffin which is currently lying in state in Westminster HallCrédito: Getty Images – Getty
Canada's premier Justin Trudeau is due to attend the state funeral

Canada’s premier Justin Trudeau is due to attend the state funeralCrédito: Getty
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meeting with King Charles yesterday

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meeting with King Charles yesterdayCrédito: Getty – Piscina

The presence of Arábia Saudita’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman no Queen Elizabeth’s funeral is now in doubt after a Foreign Office source revealed he was no longer expected.

Contudo, sources close to the Saudi Embassy earlier confirmed that the Crown Prince would be visiting Londres este fim de semana.

Em volta 500 kings, queens, emperors, presidents, prime ministers along with other heads of states from around the world will make their way to London for the state funeral no Westminster Abbey amanhã.

Security is expected to be extremely tight for the historic ceremony and snipers have already been seen on top of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea where dignitaries are due to gather before being bussed to Palácio de Buckingham hoje.

King Charles e Queen Consort Camilla are set to host 1,000 VIPs who include US President Joe Biden, Nova Zelândia’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern e Canadian premier Justin Trudeau.

Other attendees will include European royalty along with members of the British royal family.

A minute’s silence in tribute to the Queen will be head at 8pm.

Many of the leaders are expected to visit the Queen’s coffin which will remain lying in state until tomorrow morning in Westminster Hall.

President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden arrived in the UK late last night, and unlike other world leaders won’t have to use a shuttlebus to the abbey, are expected to visit the Queen’s coffin today.

The President of Irlanda, Michael D Higgins, Irish Taoiseach Micheal Martin, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed and Colômbia‘s First Lady Veronica Alcocer Gargia and Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyvawho all arrived todayhave already visited Westminster Hall.

The list of invited VIPs also includes a number of controversial strongmen, Incluindo Bolsonaro who fired up the crowd outside the brasileiro Embassy in London.

While there are doubts the Saudi leader, known by the abbreviation MBS, will attend the funeral he was set to hold talks with Prime Minister Liz Truss on Sunday evening.

Outrage around the world was sparked after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered and dismembered in Peru no 2018.

Also on the guest list is Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s authoritarian leader who has jailed hundreds of journalists and steadily dismantled the country’s democracy.

China is sending its vice-president Wang Qishan, after an invitation from the UK government.

The UK has opted to invite ambassadors, rather than heads of state, from some countries due to strained relations, Incluindo Irã, Nicaragua and Coréia do Norte.

A few countries have been completely excluded following russo Presidente Vladimir Putin'S invasion of Ukraine.

Although Putin is under a travel ban to the UK due to the sanctions in place he had previously stated he would not attend.

A spokeswoman for Russia’s foreign ministry though said that not inviting any representative from the country was “particularly blasphemous towards Elizabeth II’s memory” and “deeply immoral”.

Other countries without any invite include the Taliban-ruled Afeganistão, Myanmar, Síria and Venezuela.

The state funeral tomorrow involving so many world leaders, as well as the vast crowds expected on the streets will create an “unprecedented” security challenge, according to London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

“It’s been decades since this many world leaders were in one place,” Mr Khan said. “This is unprecedentedin relation to the various things that we’re juggling.”

“There could be bad people wanting to cause damage to individuals or to some of our world leaders," ele adicionou. “So we are working incredibly hardthe police, the security services and many, many othersto make sure this state funeral is as successful as it can be.”

Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Stuart Cundy said the “hugely complex” policing operation is the biggest in the London force’s history, surpassing the London 2012 Olimpíadas.

For the funeral, mais que 10,00 officers will be duty with the Met’s cops reinforced by police from all of Britain’s 43 forças.

Ireland's President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina pay their respects as they pass the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II

Ireland’s President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina pay their respects as they pass the coffin of Queen Elizabeth IICrédito: AFP
President of Ethiopia Sahle-Work Zewde is one of hundreds of heads of state due to attend

President of Ethiopia Sahle-Work Zewde is one of hundreds of heads of state due to attendCrédito: Getty – Piscina
India's President Droupadi Murmu and Acting High Commissioner Sujit Ghosh at Lancaster House

India’s President Droupadi Murmu and Acting High Commissioner Sujit Ghosh at Lancaster HouseCrédito: AFP
Colombia's Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva is expected to attend the state funeral

Colombia’s Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva is expected to attend the state funeralCrédito: Getty – Piscina
Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dr Bisera Turkovic, signs a book of condolence at Lancaster House

Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dr Bisera Turkovic, signs a book of condolence at Lancaster HouseCrédito: Getty – Piscina