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Israeli PM gets Boris Johnson's name wrong

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Israeli PM gets Boris Johnson's name wrong

Israeli PM gets Boris Johnson's name wrong

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office has released a video that clumsily tries to edit out a gaffe where he calls the British prime minister the wrong name.

Mr Netanyahu misspoke at Sunday's weekly Cabinet meeting, referring to his British counterpart Boris Johnson as Boris Yeltsin, the former Russian president who died in 2007.

Cabinet ministers immediately corrected his error.

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