ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday received Boris Johnson, the new elected leader of the Conservative Party, to take his partner’s country in the United Kingdom.
“Congratulations, Deputy Boris Johnson on his election as leader of the opposition and assumption of the Prime Minister,” Imran Khan said in a message from his official Twitter account.
The prime minister said he hopes to work with Johnson and that his election will help bilateral relations between Pakistan and the United Nations.
New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Pakistan
“I am convinced that under his leadership, not only the United Kingdom and the people of Laos will prosper, but our bilateral relations will be sustainable.”
The Pakistani prime minister is known for his personal personal connections with Johnson, who was photographed with Khan during a visit to Pakistan in 2016.
Former London Prime Minister and representative of Brexit 2016, Johnson officially replaced Theresa May and served as Britain’s prime minister on Wednesday, a day after winning the leadership of the conservatives.
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