“Certainly, the situation in the UK, the government crisis, cannot be a priority of our work.

Still, we are primarily following what is happening in our country.

But, of course, we also pay attention to the government crisis.

The government crisis there is so wide, we see it,” he said.

Earlier it was reported that Boris Johnson may step down as Prime Minister of Great Britain on July 7.

It is assumed that the new leader of the British Conservative Party will be appointed by October.