Johnson welcomes Estonian premier to Downing Street
The Prime Minister shook hands with Juri Ratas in the street before the two men headed inside Number 10.
Boris Johnson has welcomed his first world leader to Downing Street since becoming Prime Minister.
He shook hands with Estonian counterpart Juri Ratas in the street before heading in to Number 10.
Larry the cat appeared to be asleep on a nearby windowsill, unmoved by the occasion.
Upon taking their seats, Mr Johnson said: “Welcome, Juri. Nice to see you.”
The two men waited for reporters and photographers to leave the room before starting their meeting.
Mr Ratas left Number 10 after around 30 minutes.
He said nothing to reporters as he walked to his vehicle.