Prince Charles met Boris Johnson in Rwanda

Britain’s Prince Charles is facing a bad meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson this week. The two attend the Commonwealth Summit in Rwanda, where they meet “for a cup of tea”.

According to Clarence House, the meeting will take place on Friday. According to The Guardian, this is the first time the two have met since the Thanksgiving service on the eve of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation earlier this month.

The meeting came after reports that Charles had criticized the British government’s plans in private. The Times, among others, announced earlier this month that the prince was not happy with the British plan to seek asylum seekers in Rwanda. According to one source, Queen Elizabeth’s eldest son thought it was “terrible” and was disappointed by Prime Minister Johnson’s policies.

The United Kingdom signed an agreement with Rwanda in April to pay for illegal immigrants and asylum seekers in Africa. The plan provoked a storm of protests and the failure of human rights activists to block flights through the courts. The first hijacking flight was scheduled last week. However, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the United Kingdom does not currently allow people to travel to Rwanda.

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