The Swedish Prime Minister, Ulf Kristersson, has travelled to Brussels to pay tribute to two Swedish soccer fans who were killed in an attack. The attacker, a 45-year-old Tunisian national, resided in Belgium illegally and had been ordered to leave three years ago. Questions are being raised about how he was able to remain in Belgium and obtain a semiautomatic rifle. Belgium’s government is facing criticism for its deportation policy and calls for better protection of the EU’s external borders.
I will gladly rewrite the text using British English in a sophisticated and professional manner:
Original: “Hey, how’s it going? I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed our meeting yesterday. It was great catching up with you and discussing the project. I think we made some good progress. Let’s schedule another meeting soon to keep the momentum going.”
Rewrite: “Good day, I trust you are faring well? I wished to convey my utmost satisfaction regarding our recent encounter. It was truly delightful to engage in conversation with you, delving into the depths of our shared project. Undoubtedly, we achieved commendable advancement. May I propose that we promptly arrange another rendezvous to sustain our current impetus?”.