Johnson wants to increase his own rating, which began to decline amid the party scandal at his residence on Downing Street after the start of the coronavirus pandemic and is still falling, the newspaper claims.
At the same time, the publication did not rule out Zelensky may refuse to leave the country and speak at a conference of the Conservative Party via video link.
Last December, the YouGov sociological institute wrote that Johnson's approval rating had fallen to an all-time low since he took office, amid the 2020 Downing Street party scandal during the lockdown. Then the newspaper The Guardian published photos of Johnson and his wife surrounded by several civil servants in the garden on Downing Street. On the table in front of the politician and company were wine and cheese. The event, according to the newspaper, was attended by 19 people, although only two people who do not live together could communicate with each other in person during the lockdown period. Scotland Yard and the UK government have launched an investigation into the incident.
According to the calculations of YouGov researchers, in December 2021, only a quarter of citizens (24%) supported the prime minister, two-thirds (66%) assessed his activities negatively.
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Johnson repeatedly met with the Ukrainian president. Since the beginning of the Russian special operation, he has visited Ukraine twice, the last visit was on June 17.