Unfortunately, Python's logging of import errors - version requirements, malformed code, and cyclical errors - is sparse and misleading. As @_az noted, this specific error most likely from a plugin, with a slight chance this is in a third party dependency. It looks like the error is in Certbot, but that is only because Python often surfaces deeply nested import/versioning errors like this.
My recommendation is to completely uninstall the certbot snap and all the associated packages, then try to install it from scratch. That installation process of plugins will usually surface exactly where the requirements mismatch is, and may suggest a workaround.
If you try using the pip installation method as a backup, as @_az suggested, I want to stress three things:
1- Make sure you uninstall the snap, otherwise you will have to be diligent to ensure you invoke the right Certbot and associated things each time.
2- Make sure you follow the instructions carefully, and install into a virtual environment / virtualenv.
3- You can pass in --config-dir and other commands to Certbot, so the pip version will use the same config files, certs, logs, etc as the snap version. This will allow you to "renew" seamlessly.