The Cabinet of the United Kingdom has accepted on Wednesday the plan of Prime Minister Theresa May on the ‘Brexit’.
The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has announced that the negotiations on the ‘Brexit’ agreement have ended and now the next stage begins.
Also, the head of the EC has sent a letter to the president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, in which he recommends urgently organizing a summit for the member countries of the European Union , because “decisive progress has been made in the negotiations on the orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom “.
For his part, the head of the European Commission for negotiations with London, Michel Barnier, stressed that a solution has been found to avoid the establishment of “a hard border” after the end of the ‘Brexit’ and has said that an agreement could extend the transition period for a limited period of time.
Thus, Barnier has said that the United Kingdom will leave the EU on March 29, 2019, while the transition period will start the next day and ” will last until December 31, 2020. “
This senior official has emphasized that the United Kingdom will remain an ally and partner of the EU after the ‘Brexit’ and that the future relationship between Brussels and London will be based on a free trade of taxes and quotas . In addition, Barnier has indicated that the European Union is ready to start negotiations on a future trade agreement with the United Kingdom immediately after the ‘Brexit’.
- The Cabinet of the United Kingdom has accepted the plan of Prime Minister Theresa May on the ‘Brexit’.
- The European Commission has already published the draft 585-page agreement.