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Johnson: We can create 'Britzerland' with Swiss

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Johnson: We can create 'Britzerland' with Swiss

Johnson: We can create 'Britzerland' with Swiss

The prime minister welcomes Swiss President Ignazio Cassis to 10 Downing Street, as Boris Johnson hopes to create 'Britzerland', a stronger alliance with the European country.

The two leaders are expected to discuss trade as well as the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Report by Brooksl.

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