The conversation between Prince Charles and Boris Johnson will not be made public.

 

KIGALI: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that he would not reveal any conversations he had with Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, during a meeting in Rwanda. According to British newspapers, Charles privately criticized Britain's plan to send tens of thousands of illegal migrants to the East African country. "I would not comment on anything I say to the queen or the queen says to me, nor would I comment on anything the heir to the throne says to me or what I say to him." Prime ministers never discuss it," he told reporters. "However, I will say that as people come to Rwanda, as you have today, there are many prejudices about Rwanda Infosette

KIGALI: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that he would not reveal any conversations he had with Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, during a meeting in Rwanda.

According to British newspapers, Charles privately criticized Britain’s plan to send tens of thousands of illegal migrants to the East African country.

“I would not comment on anything I say to the queen or the queen says to me, nor would I comment on anything the heir to the throne says to me or what I say to him.” Prime ministers never discuss it,” he told reporters.

“However, I will say that as people come to Rwanda, as you have today, there are many prejudices about Rwanda.”

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