The former Prime Minister of Great Britain will lead the Conservative Party’s friendship group with Ukraine.
Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson will chair the Conservative Party Friendship Group with Ukraine. This was reported by PA Media.
Former British culture secretary and current group leader, John Whittingdale, announced his successor at the Conservative Party convention, Boris Johnson.
According to Whittingdale, Johnson was “in many ways the most obvious and most qualified man to lead this organization, because he was the first man, not only in this country, but in the whole Western world, to come out so strongly as support to the Ukrainian people”.
Note that Boris Johnson will not be at the event.
“Boris regrets that he cannot be with us today, but he expressed his full support for what we all believe in and our continued support for Ukraine,” Whittingdale concluded.
Recall that the leader of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a final conversation with Boris Johnson on Monday, September 5.
As you know, Johnson congratulated his successor Liz Truss on her election victory.
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