Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in Kyiv on January 22 on an unannounced visit. The purpose of his visit may be the creation of the Baltic-Black Sea Union.
This Channel 24 was told by the head of the Vezha Center for Public Analytics Valery Klochok. According to him, Western leaders know why Boris Johnson came to Kyiv.
He's not going anywhere
Valery Klochok said that the leaders of Western countries probably know why Boris Johnson came to Kyiv. Despite the fact that he is no longer prime minister, they know that Johnson is not going anywhere. According to Klochko, the main purpose of the visit is to create a military-political union, which both Great Britain and Ukraine have long needed.
The politicians of this world understand very well why Boris Johnson is here. It seems to me that this is exactly what it is. And he comes with one goal – after all, the creation of a prototype of the Baltic-Black Sea Union, but led by Great Britain, – said Klochok.
The analyst noted that this country is powerful in the military sphere and has a strong navy, which is now very much needed in the Black Sea, given the seizure of the Sea of Azov by the Russians.
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There were talks about the creation of such an alliance even before the full-scale invasion, therefore, Valery Klochok believes, this idea has not gone away and right now they are trying to implement it.
The head of the Vezha Center for Public Analytics hopes that it is for this Johnson arrived in Kyiv.
“We need this union. It has been required since the beginning of the 20th century. Even then, the problem of the Russian Empire existed, it has not gone away. For more than 100 years, we have once again become convinced of the inadequacy of the imperial Russia's ambitions, so we need a reliable military shield,” said Valery Klochok.
Boris Johnson arrived in Kyiv
- January 22 Boris This is Johnson's fourth visit to the Ukrainian capital since the full-scale invasion. This time, not in the status of prime minister, but in the status of an honorary citizen of the city of Kyiv.
- Vladimir Zelensky and Boris Johnson met with students of KNU. The British politician promised Ukrainian students to help Ukraine end the war as soon as possible.
- Johnson expressed his support for Ukraine and emphasized the need to focus on helping Ukraine win the war.