Boris Johnson said, “State leaders never discuss that”

English Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he wouldn’t reveal any discussion he has with main successor to the-privileged position Prince Charles at a gathering in Rwanda.

English papers have announced that Charles had secretly condemned Britain’s arrangement to send a huge number of transients who show up on its shores wrongfully toward the East African country
“I wouldn’t remark on whatever that I tell the sovereign or the sovereign shares with me, nor would I express out loud whatever the main beneficiary of the privileged position could share with me or what I might share with him. State leaders never discuss that,” he told journalists.

“However, what I will express is as individuals come to Rwanda like you have today there are a ton of biases about Rwanda (that) should be blown away.”

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