The British PM does feel responsible for being Zelensky's biggest supporter, the source said. He can't just walk away and not make sure the world has his back.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to visit Ukraine for the last time before his resignation in September. This is reported by The Telegraph, citing a source in the British government.
“He really feels responsible for being Zelensky's biggest supporter. He can't just walk away and not make sure the world has his back.” , — the source told reporters.
According to media reports, during a telephone conversation with Boris Johnson, Volodymyr Zelensky told the British Prime Minister that he followed his last speech in the British Parliament and quoted his final phrase “Hasta la vista, baby”.
On Johnson's intentions to visit Kyiv became known precisely after the conversation between the two leaders on Friday, July 22. However, it is not known exactly when the British leader may come to Ukraine. Johnson's visit may be the third since the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.
Another telephone conversation between Zelensky and Johnson is planned in the near future.
On July 20, he delivered a farewell speech in the British Parliament. The British prime minister remembered Ukraine and urged his successor to protect the Ukrainians and stay close to the Americans. Johnson said his parting word from the movie “Terminator” – Hasta la vista, baby.
Meanwhile, former British Treasury Secretary Rishi Sunak and Foreign Minister Liz Truss are fighting for the chair of the head of the British government. They entered the final race and will try to win as many voters' sympathies as possible until September 5.