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Johnson hosts Chilean President in Downing Street

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Johnson hosts Chilean President in Downing Street

Johnson hosts Chilean President in Downing Street

Boris Johnson welcomes Chilean president Sebastián Piñera to Downing Street where the two leaders are set to discuss security, trade, Covid and the forthcoming UN climate change conference COP26.

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