Former Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak have held talks ahead of the deadline for the nomination of candidates to replace Liz Truss as Prime Minister. As reported by Ukrinform, this was reported by Bloomberg with reference to its sources. It is reported, in particular, that the subject of negotiations between Johnson and Sunak was to find an agreement that would eliminate the need for a separate vote for them for members of the Conservative Party. The ex-prime minister and the former chancellor of the British exchequer met amid calls from some Conservative MPs to put aside their differences and agree a deal that would see one of them take over as prime minister and the other get another top job in the government Read also: Johnson collected the necessary votes to participate in the elections – mass media Rishi Sunak is considered the favorite for the post of Prime Minister of Great Britain, but Johnson, according to the media, has also already found enough support from members of parliament to take part in the race for the post of head of government. In addition, according to the BBC , Boris Johnson has already secured the support of six members of the current cabinet – Ben Wallace, Jacob Rhys-Mogg, Simon Clarke, Chris Guyton-Harris, Alok Sharma and Anne-Marie Trevelyan. As reported by Ukrinform, the election of the new leader of the Conservative Party and the Prime Minister of Great Britain should take place next week. Photo: AA