British Prime Minister Boris Johnson opposed a referendum on Scottish independence. He expressed his position in a letter that was sent to the first Minister of Scotland, Nicole Sturgeon, and also posted on Johnson’s Twitter page.
“You and your predecessor made a personal promise that the 2014 referendum would be the only vote for a generation. The people of Scotland convincingly voted to preserve a united United Kingdom, and the governments of Great Britain and Scotland pledged to respect the results of voting”, – the letter said.
In November 2019, Johnson said he would not allow another referendum on Scottish independence to be held, which the region’s leadership insists on.German media revealed the “secret of success” of Russia in foreign policy