France warns there is still a risk of Britains brexit without an agreement

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 France warns there is still a risk of Britains brexit without an agreement


After Britain officially left Europe on January 31 this year and entered the transitional period, the negotiation on future relations with trade agreement as the core has entered the final stage. At present, no breakthrough has been made in the negotiations.

European Union chief negotiator in charge of brexit Affairs said on the evening of the 4th that after a week of intense negotiations, he and frost, the chief representative of brexit negotiations, could not bridge their differences on relevant issues and the talks had to be suspended.

Irish Foreign Minister corvini, who is visiting Paris, held talks with French Foreign Minister Jean Jacques ledrion, saying that France is now the EU country closest to Ireland. Ireland and France will work together with France to promote the conclusion of a fair future relationship agreement between the EU and the UK. Covini said he hoped that the European and British sides could reach an agreement, but there was not much time left and there would be no further extension or additional time after the end of this year. At present, the negotiation on the future relationship between the EU and the UK has stalled on three major issues: Fair governance, regulation and fisheries. French Prime Minister Castile visited the port city of Boulogne in northern France on March 3 to hold talks with local fishery representatives. He pointed out that France attaches great importance to the future of fishermen, customs and health control, and the security of the French British border. He said that if French fishermen cannot enter British waters in the future, the state will provide them with necessary help and support. Source: Wang Xiaowu, editor in charge of Finance and Economics_ NF

Irish Foreign Minister corvini, who is visiting Paris, held talks with French Foreign Minister Jean Jacques ledrion, saying that France is now the EU country closest to Ireland. Ireland and France will work together with France to promote the conclusion of a fair future relationship agreement between the EU and the UK.

Covini said he hoped that the European and British sides could reach an agreement, but there was not much time left and there would be no further extension or additional time after the end of this year. At present, the negotiation on the future relationship between the EU and the UK has stalled on three major issues: Fair governance, regulation and fisheries.

French Prime Minister Castile visited the port city of Boulogne in northern France on March 3 to hold talks with local fishery representatives. He pointed out that France attaches great importance to the future of fishermen, customs and health control, and the security of the French British border. He said that if French fishermen cannot enter British waters in the future, the state will provide them with necessary help and support.