Boris Johnson backs Israel’s ‘right to defend itself’ from Iran

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson showed support for Israel’s ‘right to defend itself’ from hostile states, including Iran, during a meeting today. Today, the UK and Israel have strengthen their cooperation by agreeing on a new pact.

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