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The British Prime Minister will also travel to Poland to meet Moravic

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will travel to Poland and Estonia on Tuesday, hosted by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. His trip to Downing Street was explained by the fact that these two countries are increasingly affected by the current crisis in Ukraine.

British (left) Boris Johnson and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will hold a press conference on 10 February 2022 at the Prime Minister’s Office in Warsaw. (Photo: MTI / EPA / PAP / Leszek Szymanski)

Britain and the two Eastern European nations “share more important values ​​now than ever before to protect, but the humanitarian situation is deteriorating,” a spokesman for the prime minister’s office in London said in a statement.

Johnson said Britain, along with its foreign allies, was continuing to exert maximum pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime to make Putin realize the consequences of his actions in Ukraine.

Boris Johnson meets with Prime Minister Mathews Moravich in Poland.

According to Downing Street, the purpose of the visit was to strengthen British financial and diplomatic support for Central Europe as the region faces the prospect of a humanitarian crisis.

In Estonia, Johnson meets members of a British military team stationed with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. He will hold talks with Estonian Prime Minister Gajah Gallus and President Alard Karis, especially on issues related to security and stability in Europe, a Downing Street spokesman said on Tuesday.

Britain recently commanded 350 troops for Poland and began to double the number of British troops originally stationed in Estonia, 900.