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Johnson wears military uniform and carries weapons during his visit to Ukrainian army soldiers in Kiev

Visited the former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Kyiv surprisingly on Sunday, met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and pledged that Britain would “support Ukraine as long as necessary”.

Johnson, who resigned in September in the wake of a series of scandals, was prime minister when Russia invaded Ukraine in February and sought to make London Kiev’s biggest ally in the West.


During this tour, Johnson visited Borodyanka and Bucha, on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital, the epitome of atrocities in the West when Russian forces pushed towards Kyiv in the first phase of the invasion before being repulsed.

“I can tell you the UK will stand by Ukraine for as long as necessary,” Johnson told Governor Bucha.

“You will win and you will expel all the Russians from your country, but we will be there for a long time, and we will also want your help in reconstruction,” he added, speaking through an interpreter.


Johnson denied suggestions that his moves in Ukraine might be seen as weakening British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. During his tenure, Johnson visited Kyiv several times and kept in touch with Zelensky.

While he was embroiled in scandals in Britain, Johnson gained sweeping popularity in Ukraine, where he became known as “Boris Johnsonyuk”, and cafes called his name on cakes in Kyiv and his image was painted on billboards in the streets and on the walls.