Tuesday, September 26, Prime Minister Theresa may will meet with the head of the European Commission Donald Tusk to overcome the impasse in negotiations on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. About it writes The Independent.
Tusk will travel to the meeting after a short meeting Brexit Michel Barnier.
The publication notes that the negotiations Mei and Tusk are seen as a key opportunity for London to present his vision of the process Brexit.
A referendum on British exit from the EU was held on 23 June 2016. According to the results, 51.9% of Britons voted for the country’s withdrawal from the community of 48.1% – wanted to remain in the EU.
The official procedure of withdrawal of Britain from the EU was launched on 29 March 2017 and will take about two years.
19 June in Brussels began negotiations for a Brexit. Representatives from the UK and the European Union have agreed on a schedule for further meetings.
The Financial Times wrote that the European Union would require the UK before exiting the unit to pay up to €100 billion to foreign Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson said that eventually may come out that Brussels will pay the UK for Brexit, but not Vice versa.
Secretary for the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union David Davis said Britain may withdraw from talks on Brexit if Brussels does not cancel the requirement to pay the London €100 billion of compensation.
August 6 edition of the Sunday Telegraph, citing sources in the government wrote that the UK is ready to pay €40 billion if the EU agrees to discuss the financial settlement of the transaction on future relations, including a trade agreement. The office may then denied this information, however, in September, The Times again reported on the readiness of London to pay compensation.
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