Johnson declared his love for France amid the AUKUS scandal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his country feels love for France and seeks to improve relations with it after the scandal over the AUKUS deal and the termination of the contract for the supply of French submarines to Australia, Bloomberg reports.

Earlier, the Guardian newspaper reported that the meeting of French Defense Ministers Florence Parly and Great Britain Ben Wallace, which was supposed to take place this week in London, was canceled due to the situation around submarines.

“We are very, very proud of our relations with France. Our love for France is ineradicable,” Johnson told reporters on his way to New York; Bloomberg quotes his words.

He recalled that the United Kingdom and France cooperate in the military sphere in Mali and the Baltic states.

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