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Britain may refuse to pay compensation to the EU - Brexit minister Empty Britain may refuse to pay compensation to the EU - Brexit minister

on Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:26 pm
UK Ambassador to the European Union, Dominique Raab, threatened that London would refuse to pay the EU 39 billion pounds of compensation if the parties fail to conclude a new trade agreement.

Raab told the newspaper The Telegrapf about this.

The Minister noted that, in accordance with the EU rules, simultaneously with the negotiations on the withdrawal of any country from the Commonwealth, the format of future relations between the parties should be agreed upon.

"Both positions are interrelated. It can not be that one party fulfills its obligations, and the other is not", - Raab emphasized.

The minister said that London plans to make the conclusion of a new trade agreement an obligatory condition for payment of compensation to the European Union.

Recall, Raab became Minister for Brexit on July 9 after she left David Davies . The latter disagreed with the plan of the kingdom's government to withdraw from the EU.

Together with Davis to resign because of dissatisfaction with the policy of the prime minister, Teresa May, has filed an ex-Foreign Minister Boris Johnson . He wrote May letter, accusing him of turning Britain into a "colony".

The new Minister for Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom was formerly Minister of Health Jeremy Hunt.

Earlier, Mae stated that Brexit might not be at all due to legislators who break the process.

Queen Elizabeth II gave royal consent to Brexit's law . This plan includes, in particular, the preservation of the free trade area with the EU.

On June 23, 2016, a referendum was held in Britain, which showed that 52% of Britons prefer to leave the European Union.

On March 29, 2017, the United Kingdom officially informed the European Union of its intention to leave the EU by launching the Brexit procedure.

At the talks, Britain and the EU decided to extend Brexit's transition to 2020. It was reported that Brexit's final cost for Britain could reach 55 billion euros. This amount will be paid by the country to the EU by 2064.  In Ukrainian/український
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