Johnson was recognized as one of the Ukrainian president's closest supporters during the war.


Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened to target him personally.

According to the former British PM, Putin gave this order to the Russian army before attacking Ukraine.

According to a BBC documentary to be broadcast on Monday, Boris was warned about this in a phone call just before the attack on 24 February.

It happened as Boris Johnson and other Western leaders were speeding towards Kyiv to show support for Ukraine and try to deter the Russian offensive.

Boris Johnson said, "I was threatened in a way, Boris, I don't want to hurt you, but with a missile, it will only take a minute."

Johnson was recognized as one of Ukrainian President Zelensky's closest supporters during the war.

Referring to the conversation with Putin, Boris said, "He told me that you say that Ukraine is not going to join NATO soon, so when is that happening?"

Then I said, 'It is not likely to happen in the near future and you know this very well.'

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