The Government House will open a condolence book for signing by dignitaries and members of the public during a wreath laying ceremony of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip on Monday 12 April commencing at 9:00am.
Leaders expected to lay wreaths and sign the condolence book include Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, the Speaker of National Parliament Patterson Oti, Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer, Members of Parliament, Diplomatic representatives, constitutional post holders, Ministerial Heads, Private Sector and Civil society representatives and members of the public.
His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh has died on Friday morning at the age of 99 at Windsor Castle in England.
Solomon Islands as a Commonwealth Realm country now joins the Royal Family together with people around the world to mourn the loss.
During the period from death to burial, all flags in the country are to be flown at half-mast.
Below is the order of laying of wreaths and signing of the condolence book:
ORDER FOR LAYING OF WREATHS AT THE GOVERNMENT HOUSE TO HONOUR THE LATE DUKE OF EDINBURGH PRINCE PHILIP ON MONDAY 12TH OF APRIL 2021
Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Ministry of Public Service
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade
Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labour & Immigration Ministry of National Planning and Development Coordination
Ministry of Health and Medical Services
Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development
Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey
Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development
Ministry of Home Affairs
Ministry of Provincial Government & Institutional Strengthening
Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs
Ministry of Environment climate change, Disaster management and Meteorology
Ministry of Police, National Security & Correctional Service
Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs
Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Ministry of Infrastructure Development
Ministry of Communication and Aviation
Ministry of Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification
Ministry of Traditional Governance, Peace & Ecclesiastical Affairs
Ministry of Rural Development
Ministry of Forestry & Research