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Tusk receives Johnson's letter relating to Brexit postponement

Donald Tusk will be consulting with the EU leaders about this
08:39, 20 October 2019

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Chairman of the European Council Donald Tusk reported on his Twitter page that he had received the letter from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson relating to the Brexit's postponement. 

As we reported, on October 19, 322 MPs voted for the Brexit delay, while 306 were against it. 

Donald Tusk commented on it on his page. 

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Earlier, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson announced that the UK and the European Union agreed on the new deal on Brexit .

The details of the deal are not revealed; however British PM Boris Johnson expressed confidence that the agreements will allow two sides “to take back control” over the process.

Related: British MPs intend to prepare legal action to PM Johnson in case of refusal to extend Brexit

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