May: UK decision to leave EU remains unchanged
Previously, Donald Tusk assumed that the country could revise its position on EU membership
The Great Britain confirmed the intention to leave the EU and that will remain unchanged, Theresa May said.
Thus, the British Prime Minister decisively denied the previous assumption by President of the European Council Donald Tusk; on October 13, he said that the United Kingdom might totally change their positions and choose softer terms than merely leaving the bloc, Reuters wrote.
‘The Prime Minister was perfectly clear. The British made their choice and we’ve got to act according to it’, a spokesperson of Theresa May said.
According to her, Brexit talks are underway, so as to create new mutually beneficial conditions of cooperation with other European countries.
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