Obama: Relations between US and UK after Brexit will not change
Obama discussed the results of Brexit with Cameron
US President Barack Obama said that he had a telephone conversation with British Prime Minister David Cameron on the referendum, which resulted in the British exit from the the European Union, reports Reuters.
According to the head of the American state, he is confident in the Britain's commitment to orderly transition in all areas within the country's exit from the EU structure.
"At that time, as the British relationship with the EU will change, what will not change - it's a special relationship that exists between our two nations", - said Obama, speaking at a conference at Stanford University. According to the President, the European Union also remains one of the essential partners of the United States.
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