LONDON — Outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is saying farewell.

Johnson spoke outside Ten Downing Street Tuesday morning a day after Liz Truss was selected as his successor. In his final remarks as prime minister, Johnson lauded the accomplishments of his government, including Brexit and low unemployment numbers.

He also spoke highly of Truss, saying he knows she and her government will get the U.K. through the current cost-of-living crisis.

The outgoing leader called for unity saying “it is time for politics to be over to get behind Liz Truss and deliver for the people of the country.”

Johnson announced his resignation almost two months ago following a series of scandals.

Ukraine’s President is thanking outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his contributions in countering Russia’s aggression.

In a tweet, President Zelensky said he held a “summing up” conversation with Johnson and touted his “personal bravery and principles.” Zelensky said he looks forward to cooperation with a “great friend of Ukraine” in a new status.

Queen Elizabeth II is expected to meet with Truss in Scotland today. Truss takes office facing a cost-of-living crisis that has seen energy costs and inflation soar in the U.K. recently.