British foreign minister arrives in US to meet Trump advisers-ministry

By REUTERS
January 8, 2017 21:27

LONDON- Foreign minister Boris Johnson has arrived in the United States to meet close advisers to President-elect Donald Trump and senior Congressional leaders, Britain's foreign ministry said on Sunday.

"Following the successful meeting last month between the prime minister's chiefs of staff and President-elect Donald Trump's team, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is undertaking a short visit to the US for meetings with close advisers to the president-elect and senior Congressional leaders," a spokesman for the ministry said in a statement.

"The discussions will be focused on UK-US relations and other foreign policy matters."


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