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Michel Barnier: Negotiators have reached an agreement on several important issues    Brexit 

Michel Barnier: Negotiators have reached an agreement on several important issues  

On several important issues, the parties have reached agreement on negotiating the terms of the United Kingdom’s EU withdrawal, such as the transition period after the planned exit, but negotiations will continue to reach a final agreement, announced Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit Chief Negotiator on Monday in Brussels.     At a press conference, Barnier said that negotiations have been intensifying... Read More
Common interest is the commercial agreement covering financial services Brexit 

Common interest is the commercial agreement covering financial services

According to the British finance minister, Britain and the European Union share a common interest in a bilateral free trade agreement that also covers financial services. Philip Hammond, speaking on a London business event Wednesday, said: The London financial services sector is a center of strength that is not only a driving force for the UK economy but also for... Read More
 Barnier: the British position is clear          Brexit 

 Barnier: the British position is clear       

Welcomed Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission for the United States of America (Brexit), on Friday’s Twitter message of the Theresa May British Prime Minister’s announcement of the country’s future and the future relationship of the European Union on Friday, which he called “clear”. According to the chief negotiator, Theresa May made clear in his speech that the... Read More
EU nationals arriving in the transition period could also settle after a five-year stay in Great Britain     Brexit 

EU nationals arriving in the transition period could also settle after a five-year stay in Great Britain  

According to a modified package of proposals published Wednesday evening by British Interior Ministry, EU citizens could apply for a permanent residency permit after five years of legitimate and continuous stay in Great Britain, who arrive in the country after the expiration of the British EU membership but before the end of the planned transition period . The conservative British... Read More
Davis: “surprising” is that Barnier is unaware of the British position on the transitional period Brexit 

Davis: “surprising” is that Barnier is unaware of the British position on the transitional period

The British minister responsible for the Brexit talks said it was “surprising” that Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator, did not recognize London’s position on the transitional period envisaged after the expiry of the British EU membership. David Davis responded to Barnier’s statement at the press conference in Brussels on Friday that he said there were still “major... Read More
Barnier: There is no guarantee for the transitional period if serious disagreements persist        Brexit 

Barnier: There is no guarantee for the transitional period if serious disagreements persist      

It can not be guaranteed that it is possible to agree on a possible transitional period following the planned Union exit from the United Kingdom, if the current major disagreements remain, said Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Friday. “The transitional period is not guaranteed if it is not possible to resolve these disputes,” Barnier... Read More
Barnier in London: “no time to waste” Brexit 

Barnier in London: “no time to waste”

According to the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator, “there is no momentous time to waste” if London and Brussels want to reach an agreement on the conditions for expiry of the British EU membership. Michel Barnier stressed on Monday after talks in London: customs in the UK and EU trade have been established if London is not a member of... Read More
During the transitional period, compliance with certain rules may be reduced to Britain        Brexit 

During the transitional period, compliance with certain rules may be reduced to Britain     

There is no guarantee that countries outside the European Union will respect the rules that arise from their contracts with the EU – diplomatic sources have been respected in the transitional period following the planned exit from the United Kingdom. According to anonymity officials, the island would continue to be bound by these rules for a transitional period of 21... Read More
Brexit – Twenty-two: the planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020      Brexit 

Brexit – Twenty-two: the planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020   

Approximately one and a half years after the United Kingdom’s planned EU withdrawal, the remaining Member States would close the remaining transitional period following Brexit on 31 December 2020, in which the island should continue to fully comply with Community law. take part. Under the new negotiating directives adopted by the ministers of the twenty-seven ministers at the Brussels Council... Read More
The planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020     Brexit European Union 

The planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020  

Approximately one and a half years after the planned United Union exit from the United Kingdom, the European Commission would close the proposed transitional period on 31 December 2020 – announced Michel Barnier, the Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels, on Wednesday in Brussels. “The transitional measures should be applied from the entry into force of the Convention on Exit, no... Read More
Barnier: The British government will not get out of the preliminary agreement    The British Government will not skimp on the United Kingdom’s agreement on the conditions for the EU to be abolished the previous week, as soon as it becomes a binding legal text, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at Wednesday’s European Parliament plenary session.      Earlier, a statement by the British minister responsible for Brexit negotiations David Davis at the week-long statement that “no legal binding force” on the main issues of the island’s departure has been “a declarations of intent”, is a great indignation in Brussels.     Speaking at the Strasbourg meeting, Guy Verhofstadt, chief negotiator of the EP, spoke to Davis on the telephone, assuring him that he “did not intend” to retire from the settlement.  Source: MTI / Image: vg.hu / Brexit 

Barnier: The British government will not get out of the preliminary agreement  The British Government will not skimp on the United Kingdom’s agreement on the conditions for the EU to be abolished the previous week, as soon as it becomes a binding legal text, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at Wednesday’s European Parliament plenary session.     Earlier, a statement by the British minister responsible for Brexit negotiations David Davis at the week-long statement that “no legal binding force” on the main issues of the island’s departure has been “a declarations of intent”, is a great indignation in Brussels.     Speaking at the Strasbourg meeting, Guy Verhofstadt, chief negotiator of the EP, spoke to Davis on the telephone, assuring him that he “did not intend” to retire from the settlement. Source: MTI / Image: vg.hu /

The British government will not skip the agreement reached on the United Kingdom’s EU abolition over the previous week, should be swiftly translated into binding legal texts – said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at the European Parliament’s (EP) Wednesday plenary session. The statement by the British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations with David Davis that the... Read More
In Brussels, this week’s turnaround negotiations are not expected to make any significant progress either      Brexit 

In Brussels, this week’s turnaround negotiations are not expected to make any significant progress either   

Experts are not expecting any significant progress on the sixth round of negotiations on the conditions for leaving the United Kingdom on the EU, which began on Thursday in Brussels. According to press reports, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the heads of the Brussels body that no major progress was expected this week – the Northern... Read More
Barnier: this time we did not make any significant progress in the opening negotiations        Brexit 

Barnier: this time we did not make any significant progress in the opening negotiations      

At certain points, some progress has been made in this week’s and sixth round of talks on the conditions for the unification of the United Kingdom, but no breakthrough has been achieved on any issue, “said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Friday. Barnier has warned at the beginning of the press conference in Brussels that no... Read More
Theresa May travels to Brussels on Monday       European Union United Kingdom 

Theresa May travels to Brussels on Monday    

According to British media reports confirmed on Sunday, British Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Brussels, where he meets with Michel Barnier, European Commissioner for Brexit, and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission. The British Prime Minister is accompanied by David Davis, the head of the ministry heading the exit talks from the UK. The BBC and Sky... Read More
Barnier: Some progress has been made, but the breakthrough is still to be expected        Brexit 

Barnier: Some progress has been made, but the breakthrough is still to be expected      

At some points, some progress has been made in the fifth round of negotiation on the conditions for the unbundling of the United Kingdom, but a real breakthrough is still to be expected, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday. At a press conference in Brussels, Barnier called this week’s talks constructive, but stressed that this... Read More
European Parliament: insufficient progress in the opening of negotiations      Brexit 

European Parliament: insufficient progress in the opening of negotiations   

There is still not enough progress to be made in negotiating the conditions for the United Kingdom’s EU demarcation to begin negotiating on trade issues, “the European Parliament said in a Tuesday’s vote, adopted by a large majority. In a document approved by the MP at the plenary session in Strasbourg, it has been pointed out that the four rounds... Read More
Barnier: progress has been made, but a real breakthrough must be further discussed         Brexit 

Barnier: progress has been made, but a real breakthrough must be further discussed     

Progress has been made on this week’s negotiations on the conditions for EU unification in the United Kingdom, but this is not enough to begin negotiating trade issues, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday in Brussels. Barnier called the negotiations now constructive, welcoming the fact that the British position has finally crystallized on certain issues.... Read More
Barnier: Only after the main issues can be settled for a transitional period       Brexit 

Barnier: Only after the main issues can be settled for a transitional period    

Only after a possible transitional period following the unilateral exit from the United Kingdom can the negotiations begin, after which the main issues of separation have been resolved, announced the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Monday.     “On the basis of my mandate, we can not negotiate a transitional period without a prior agreement on an orderly departure,”... Read More
The EU commended the constructive spirit of Theresa May’s speech        Other European Union 

The EU commended the constructive spirit of Theresa May’s speech    

The Brexit chief negotiator of the European Commission praised the constructive spirit of the British Prime Minister’s Friday speech and was open to the transient period proposed by Theresa May, which would take effect after the unification of Britain’s EU membership. “As soon as we can agree on the various issues of controlled exit and the conditions for a possible... Read More
There was no substantial progress on one of the major issues Brexit 

There was no substantial progress on one of the major issues

 No major progress has been made on any major issue at this week’s third round of negotiations on the conditions for the EU’s demolition of the United Kingdom, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday in Brussels.     At a press conference closing the talks, Barnier pointed out that it is far from being able to propose... Read More
The time is too long to start serious negotiations as soon as possible Brexit 

The time is too long to start serious negotiations as soon as possible

 The United Kingdom needs to clarify its position on the key issues of EU exit, and the “serious negotiations” should be started as soon as possible, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Monday in Brussels on the opening of the third round of consultations on conditions of exclusion .     Barnier pointed out, the sooner the uncertainty... Read More
Barnier: London must clarify its position in August on the main issues Brexit 

Barnier: London must clarify its position in August on the main issues

  The United Kingdom must clarify its position on the main issues of EU exit at the next round of final round of negotiations at the end of August, said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday. Following the conclusion of the second round of consultations under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, Barnier stated... Read More
The British do not pay their debt to the EU Brexit European Union United Kingdom 

The British do not pay their debt to the EU

Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in the UK House of Commons declared that they are unwilling to pay the European Union the money they still hold to the organization. According to the union’s representatives, this is why negotiations on the exit of the British may be blocked, writes Guardian. On Tuesday, in the House of Commons, Boris Johnson talked about refusing... Read More
Brexit – Michel Barnier: There would be no justification for the “disordered separation” Brexit 

Brexit – Michel Barnier: There would be no justification for the “disordered separation”

 There is nothing to justify the United Kingdom’s “unscrupulous” withdrawal from the European Union, and it would be detrimental for both sides to overcome the unilateral termination of the British EU membership, “stressed Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday.     “Exiting the convention would make the situation even worse for both sides.” There is no... Read More
Brexit – EU negotiator: there is no time to start negotiating Brexit 

Brexit – EU negotiator: there is no time to start negotiating

 There is no time to waste, as soon as negotiations on the EU exit from the United Kingdom are started, with the further sliding there is a growing risk that the British EU membership will be terminated without agreement, which would be detrimental to both sides, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in a Tuesday interviews.     Barnier urged... Read More
EU negotiator: British exit talks begin when London is ready European Union 

EU negotiator: British exit talks begin when London is ready

  Negotiations on the British exit from the European Union (Brexit) can only begin if London is ready, “said Michel Barnier, a Twitter message from the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator on Friday.     Mr Barnier stressed that the timetable for exit negotiations and the European Union’s position on the issue are clear.     “Let us unite our efforts to reach an agreement,”... Read More
Brexin – The European Commission has proposed the launch of the resignation negotiations Brexit 

Brexin – The European Commission has proposed the launch of the resignation negotiations

It has proposed the European Commission on Wednesday to launch negotiations on the untying of the United Kingdom and at the same time published its guidelines for coordination. “Some have caused the illusion that Brexit will not have a significant impact on our lives, and negotiations can be quickly closed, but that is not the case,” Michel Barnier, the chief... Read More
Brexin – British press: the EU would provide “special” status to the City Brexit European Union United Kingdom 

Brexin – British press: the EU would provide “special” status to the City

 British Press releases Saturday that the European Union would be willing to provide special status of the City of London financial center after the termination of the British EU membership.     possession of The Guardian was left British newspaper reached an undisclosed records show that Michel Barnier, the exit terms with London negotiations with the EU working group MEPs this week,... Read More