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As previously agreed the terms of a British exit from the European Union will not be revised. This was stated by the head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, reports TASS.
Tusk noted that the EU position on this issue “clear and consistent”. “The agreement on withdrawal is not subject to revision”, — he concluded.
The vote in the British Parliament on the issue of Brexit, was held on January 15. The majority voted against the government’s proposed and consistent with the EU deal for “soft release” with the transition period. 17 January MPs rejected the vote of no confidence in Theresa may, but the government still have to negotiate with the Parliament on new terms of the deal with Brussels.
The negotiations in London and Brussels on British exit from the EU began in the summer of 2017. This was preceded by event of 2016, when in the United Kingdom in a referendum a victory with a score of 51.9% was won by the opponents of European integration.
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