The relevant agreement was reached during a telephone conversation between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyn.
The UK and the EU will hold a new round of trade negotiations next week after Brexit in 2021. This was reported by the news agency Reuters.
The corresponding agreement was reached during a telephone conversation between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyn.
They noted that progress has been made in recent weeks, but significant gaps remain – especially, but not only in the areas of fisheries, equal playing conditions, and management.
Von der Lein and Johnson instructed their Brexit negotiators Michel Barnier and David Frost to work intensively to try to fill these gaps.
As it was reported, the European Commission sent to London an official report on violation of the EU exit agreement by the British government.
The British government has one month to respond to the European Commission letter. If the contradictions are not eliminated, the EC will move to the next stage of the procedure – filing a lawsuit in court.