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The European Commission (EC) is ready to work with any Prime Minister elected in the UK, but it is not going to renegotiate the country’s exit from the bloc. This is with reference to the speaker EK Natasha Berto according to Reuters.
“I can once again confirm that we will not again discuss the terms of withdrawal. It’s absolutely not,” she said at the press briefing.
The speaker added that the Commission is ready to maintain with any elected Prime Minister “a spirit of friendly cooperation.”
To cooperate with the European Commission as Prime Minister, is likely to be Boris Johnson — he has a commanding lead in the voting. The results of the last election, in which Johnson will compete with the foreign Minister, Jeremy hunt, will be announced in late July.
Officially, the UK was to withdraw from the EU on 29 March 2019. However, British politicians are unable to compromise when, how and whether all the country to secede from the European Union, which led to a government crisis and the resignation of Prime Minister Theresa may. The current deadline for release — 31 October.
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