Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump will meet in August. Free News reported, citing a representative of Downing Street.
The meeting will be held during the G7 summit in the French city of Biarritz. Other details are not yet known.
In a telephone conversation that took place on Friday, July 26, the leaders of the two countries discussed tensions with Iran, the need to work together on this issue, and also agreed to start negotiations on a free trade agreement between the countries immediately after the implementation of “Brexit.” In addition, trump once again expressed confidence that Johnson will be an excellent Prime Minister.
Earlier, Donald Trump called Boris Johnson “tough and smart,” and expressed the hope that he will finish “Brexit.” In addition, the American leader stressed that Johnson is often compared with him and even called “British Trump.”
Boris Johnson officially took office as the new Prime Minister of Great Britain on July 24.