In Britain, it was revealed what phrase Johnson avoids in relations with the United States

The office of the British Prime Minister said that Boris Johnson will not focus on the “special relationship” between the United Kingdom and the United States at a meeting with Joe Biden.

The White House previously said it viewed the meeting as a confirmation of the “unflagging strength” of the special relationship between the two countries.

The office clarified that Johnson prefers not to use this phrase about the “special relationship” of the two states. However, this does not detract from the importance that the Prime Minister attaches to US-UK relations, the ministry added.

Biden is scheduled to meet with Johnson and Queen Elizabeth II this week, as well as attend the G7 summit.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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