Foreign Ministers of EU founding members called on Britain to speed up exit from EU
Quick negotiations are necessary in order that Member States could "focus on the future of a united Europe"
The heads of the MFA of the European Union founding countries called on the UK to speed up the process of exit from the EU, the BBC reports.
In particular, the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on the results of the extraordinary meeting of the Ministers stated that the negotiations on the exit of Britain from the European Union should begin as soon as possible.
According to him, rapid negotiations are necessary in order that the Member States could "focus on the future of a united Europe."
In addition, the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said that although the "divorce" of Britain and the EU is not friendly, this process must occur quickly.
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