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Putin did not wait for Johnson’s call: British Prime Minister changed plans

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The media called a new date for the conversation between the leaders of the two countries

Boris Johnson (left) and Vladimir Putin (right). Photo: collage “Today”

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson postponed a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Now they will call each other on February 2 in the afternoon.

It is reported by Radio Liberty.

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The call was canceled amid diplomatic efforts to ease tensions between Moscow and the West over a Russian troop buildup near the Ukrainian border.

Note that the call was originally scheduled for January 31, but Johnson had to reschedule it for unspecified reasons.

Johnson’s visit to Ukraine

  • On Tuesday, February 1, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in Ukraine. According to the program of the visit, the British prime minister will meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
  • They will discuss with Vladimir Zelensky the military aggression of Russia against Ukraine. In addition, the UK announced the allocation of 88 million pounds to Ukraine in support of energy independence.
  • The UK also announces £88 million in aid to Ukraine to maintain the stability of Ukraine’s governance institutions and energy independence, the press service of the British prime minister said before the visit.
  • In addition, it is expected that as a result of the negotiations, Ukraine will conclude a new alliance with Britain and Poland. This was announced by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during a speech in the Verkhovna Rada.

Source: Segodnya

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