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Aug 01 2020


Britain, European Union set new timetable of meetings for post-Brexit deal

Saturday, 1 August 2020

The British government and the European Union (EU) confirmed that a new timetable of meetings aimed at reaching a post-Brexit deal on a future relationship before the end of 2020.A series of meetings between negotiating teams from both sides will meet in London and Brussels during August and September, with a final round taking place in Brussels in the week ending October 2, Xinhua news agency reported on Friday.The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said last week at the conclusion of the last round of talks that an agreement would be needed by October at the latest. This was so it could be ratified by the EU and its 27 member states before the current post-Brexit transition period ends on December 31.

 

 

 

 

Details of the program of meetings was published by Downing Street, with the British government saying the program takes into account the current state of the negotiations after six rounds.The latest round of talks ended on July 23 when both sides said there is still some way to go to reach a future trading relationship.The future of fishing in waters off the British Isles as well as the so-called level playing field were the crunch stumbling blocks to reaching a deal in time for December 31 when the Brexit transition period ends following Britain's departure from the EU on January 31

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