'We don't like him either': Russia's Kremlin on British PM Boris Johnson
In April this year, Johnson met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv
He also pledged a new package of military and economic support
The Kremlin said it hoped that "more professional people" would come to power in Britain
In an interview with reporters, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, "He (Johnson) doesn't like us, we don't like him either."
It is reported that Peskov said Johnson would shortly resign as prime minister were of little concern for the Kremlin.
The Kremlin said it hoped that "more professional people" would come to power in Britain.
"We would like to hope that someday in Great Britain more professional people who can make decisions through dialogue will come to power," Peskov said. "But at the moment there is little hope for that."
Earlier this year, Russia banned Johnson and other senior ministers from entering Russia over the United Kingdom's "hostile" stance on the war in Ukraine.
The Kremlin said the decision had been made in retaliation to the UK's sanctions against it since it invaded Ukraine. In March, Moscow imposed a similar ban against US President Joe Biden.
In April this year, Johnson met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv and pledged a new package of military and economic support.
The move helped bolster Johnson and his supporters, who argue the government should not focus on domestic political squabbles.