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Boris Johnson comes to Ukraine again

He paid a visit to Bucha and Borodyanka.

Boris Johnson comes to Ukraine again
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Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in Ukraine on Sunday, 22 January.

Johnson met Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv, the president's press centre reported.

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"I welcome Boris Johnson, a true friend of Ukraine, to Kyiv. Boris, thanks for your support!" Zelenskyy said.

Ukrzaliznytsya also announced Johnson's arrival.

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"Today, for the fourth time, our cars brought Mr. Johnson to Kyiv, who assured us that he had no doubt about Ukraine's victory even before it became a European mainstream, and the British are now doing everything possible to ensure that the 'leopards' settle in the Ukrainian steppes after all," the Ukrainian railway company said.

Acting Borodyanka village head Heorhiy Yerko confirmed that Johnson had visited Kyiv Region to see the aftermath of Russian bombing, Suspilne reported.

Johnson also visited Bucha, a town in Kyiv Region battered by Russian occupation.

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