The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson states that he is considering inviting the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy to his country on an official visit.
“If he [Zelenskyy] has the opportunity and considers it necessary to travel outside Ukraine, the United Kingdom will obviously be honoured to receive him,” Johnson told reporters at the G7 summit on Sunday.
“Volodymyr Zelenskyy has done an incredible job in leading his country and world public opinion at this terrible time.”
Asked if he wanted to offer the Ukrainian leader a state visit, Mr Johnson said: “If he ever becomes free to leave and it makes sense for him to leave Ukraine, then obviously the UK would be only too honoured to host him.”
“But the most important thing is for us to continue to be united here at the G7. And we are.”
In addition, the Conservative Party of Britain also wants the President of Ukraine to address them via video link at a conference in October.
Earlier, The Sunday Times told that the British government is considering organizing Zelenskyy’s visit to the country, including a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II.
Boris Johnson himself twice visited Ukraine with unannounced visits in April and June.