The British government has canceled Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s planned visit to Japan in February due to growing tensions over Ukraine and his alleged participation in parties that broke COVID-19 lockdown rules, Japanese government sources said Monday.
Tokyo and London had been arranging for his visit in mid-February for talks with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, but the sources said the British government had canceled the plan.
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