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Brexit: Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen to Maintain’high level’ talks Weekly

An attempt to breathe life to the deadlocked post-Brexit trade discussions has come together with the statement that Boris Johnson is to hold talks with Ursula von der Leyen following week. Both sides also have agreed to step up discussions throughout July.

The intervention to call for the British prime minister and also the European Commission president comes after several rounds of discussions on the upcoming UK-EU connection had left next to no progress in recent weeks.

Present-day arrangements, which maintain a lot of the UK-EU connection from before the British death in January, will conclude once the post-Brexit transition interval expires on December 31.

The deadline for a decision on whether to expand this period runs out at the end of June, however, the UK has ruled out a prolongation.

An attempt to breathe life to the deadlocked post-Brexit trade discussions has come together with the statement that Boris Johnson is to hold talks with Ursula von der Leyen following week. Both sides also have agreed to step up discussions throughout July.

The intervention to call for the British prime minister and also the European Commission president comes after a few rounds of discussions on the upcoming UK-EU connection had left next to no progress in recent weeks.

Recent arrangements, which maintain a lot of the UK-EU connection from before the British death in January, will conclude once the post-Brexit transition interval expires on December 31.

The deadline for a decision on whether to expand this period runs out at the end of June, however, the UK has ruled out a prolongation.

In another tweet, Frost revealed that the British stance opposing an extension to the transition period, by republishing an announcement to this effect in April.

Many politicians and business leaders in the united kingdom and Europe have called for the discussions to be protracted, particularly in the light of this pandemic that has dominated focus on all areas.

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, regretting the deadlocked state of discussions, has accused the UK of failing to honor commitments made at the divorce agreement.

The EU insists that the UK has to honor the”level playing field” in the future contest and an agreement on fishing needs to form a part of an overall thing. The UK dissents about the EU’s interpretation also insists on sovereignty and freedom to find out its own rules.

Rejecting accusations which the EU has been intransigent, Barnier said that his mandate in the EU27 nations was”sufficiently flexible to locate compromises” with the United Kingdom.