Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is on a visit to the United States, met with ex-President Donald Trump and talked with him about the war in Ukraine.
Johnson's representative said this in a comment to the BBC on Friday.
Without disclosing the details of the meeting, the representative of the British ex-prime minister noted that he "discussed the situation in Ukraine and the vital importance of Ukraine's victory" in the conversation with Trump.
The meeting probably took place on Thursday, when the former US president met Boris Johnson for dinner.
Johnson is currently in Texas at the invitation of pro-Ukrainian think tanks to hold a meeting with representatives of the Conservative Party and their donors and convince them of the importance of continued support for Ukraine.
Probably, the meeting with Trump took place precisely within the framework of this trip. It is known that during Trump's presidency, he and Johnson had friendly relations, which, however, cooled somewhat in recent years.
The ex-president of the USA previously made provocative statements about Ukraine. Earlier, Trump admitted that he could "allow" the Russian Federation to occupy part of Ukraine in order to avoid war.