On July 7, Boris Johnson made an official statement at a Downing Street briefing that he was forced to leave the post of Conservative party leader and prime minister.
"I want you to know how sad I am to be giving up the best job in the world," Boris Johnson. "But this is a break," continued the minister.
According to Boris Johnson, he will remain at the helm of Parliament until October, until re-elections are held.
The prime minister shared that he is proud of the party's achievements during Brexit, during the growth of the pandemic, and in the process of uniting Europe to save Ukraine, he fired Russian missiles.
Boris Johnson made a statement for the people, who are now probably more concerned about the fate of the prime minister than the British — for the Ukrainians. Boris Johnson assured that he will not leave Ukraine, that all promises will be fulfilled, and his state will continue to stay on course to help Ukraine.
"We will continue to support your fight for freedom for as long as it takes," Boris Johnson.