According to the U.S. National Security Advisor, the aftermaths of the EU referendum in the Great Britain pose no threats to the U.S. national security (Reuters). ‘We will do all we can to ensure that the areas in which we are cooperating - counter-terrorism, you name it, will remain solid,’ she said.
"In addition to a discussion about the consequences of the vote and conveying our respect for the will of the British people, it was also an opportunity for the president to underscore how much he appreciated David Cameron as a partner and as a friend," she said. "It's obviously a painful occasion when a partner that close experiences a loss that profound."
Obama and Cameron will work closely together during Cameron's remaining time in office and will also meet at an upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw in July.
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