Today, Thursday, an emergency meeting will be held in London between the European Union and the United Kingdom on a British bill that partially breaks down pledges made by the British government as part of the Brexit agreement.
The European Commission revealed, on Wednesday, that an emergency meeting will be held, Thursday, in the British capital, London, between the European Union and the United Kingdom regarding a British bill that partially breaks the pledges made by the British government in the framework of the Brexit agreement.
According to a tweet by the European Commission spokesman, Eric Mamer, the European Commission Vice President, “Marus Sivkovic, will travel to London tomorrow to meet (British Minister) Michael Gove, in an emergency meeting of the mixed commission.”
Mamer added that the European Union is awaiting “clarifications” from the United Kingdom.
The tone between the United Kingdom and the European Union escalated, Monday, on the eve of the resumption of negotiations on their post-Brexit relationship, after the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, threatened to close the door to negotiations in mid-October and prepare, according to the Financial Times, to return to some commitments Previous.
Johnson set, Sunday, the 15th of October as the deadline for concluding a post-Brexit agreement with the European Union, repeating before the opening of the eighth round of negotiations, this week in London, that the United Kingdom will not bargain on its independence.
Johnson added, “The European Union has been very clear about the timetable. Me too. There must be an agreement with our European friends by the time of the European Council, on October 15, if it is to take effect by the end of the year.”