Because it affects goods control from the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom has refused to adhere to the Brexit agreement’s safeguards. However, this was a condition that was agreed to with the European Union in order to avoid the need to reintroduce visible border lines between Ireland and the United Kingdom. Northern Ireland.
Brussels. (EUROPA Press)-The British government requested the EU Tuesday to create a “new agreement” for two Irish women in order to replace an agreement that was reached less than one year ago. The agreement had been rejected by the British government and was written “in a hurry”. “This is a new challenge to Brussels.” In an effort to convince London to accept the agreement, Brussels will present Wednesday a simplified version of the current proposal.
“How much will the EU spend to implement the new agreement?” According to our assessment, very few,” the Brexit Secretary David Frost said in Lisbon. He also announced that he would be sending a “new text” to Ulster. EU partners that implement major institutional changes.
Because it affects goods control from the UK to Northern Ireland, the UK is refusing to adhere to the safeguards in the Brexit Agreement. However, this was a condition that was agreed with the EU to prevent having to reintroduce visible border and borders between Ireland and the UK. This could lead to the disintegration of the Good Friday peace accord in Northern Ireland.
Concerning this violation, the British government initiated the disciplinary process. On Wednesday, the British government announced a solution that was “creative” and “reliable” to ensure Northern Ireland complies with the terms of the agreement.
In a speech last week, the European Commission’s Vice-President of Relations with the United Kingdom, Maros Sefcovic, made it clear that the European Union will not agree to renegotiate the existing protocol under any circumstances, but is willing to find a “pragmatic” solution to the problem.
Sefcovic emphasized that he had realized the importance of simplifying East-West trade, simplifying phytosanitary measures, and correcting the supply chain for medicines from the UK. North and customs control issues.
London however anticipated the detail introduction of this proposal and warned that it “doesn’t” and is the main source of mistrust between Europeans, British and Europeans.
Frost suggested once that the EU’s refusal to renegotiated safeguards was to show that Brexit was harmful. He also stressed that Northern Ireland is not an EU territory, but that the UK is responsible for maintaining peace and prosperity. This could mean that Article 16 may be used when necessary in the territory.
The British government threatened again to use the terms in the treaty between the EU, UK and 27th of May to suspend the provisions between the two countries.
The British Minister didn’t provide all details about the documents that were sent to Brussels but he did point out some of its content and exports that are unacceptable for the EU. This included the establishment of a dispute resolution mechanism that excludes the EU courts.
Pulse coincides to the first round of Gibraltar
Britain’s last pulse coincided with the end of the first round of negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom to seek agreement on the framework of relations between Europeans and Gibraltar, which is not applicable to the territory to which this clause applies. The post-Brexit agreement.
This is the first contact between the two negotiating teams “on technical level”, with the aim of reaching an agreement before December 31, which will require at least three rounds (two in November and one in Dec).
The two sides believe that the negotiations will not have too much tension, because Madrid and London have already laid the foundation for the future framework in the interim agreement on New Year’s Eve last year to avoid the chaos after Brexit, although sensitive issues are still to be determined, such as Europe The Border Control Agency (Frontex) controls passengers and cargo at Gibraltar’s airport and port.
The European Union welcomes the willingness of Spain and the United Kingdom to remove the barriers to land traffic, but it is concerned about the control over airports and ports, and the surveillance of adjacent waters. As rocks will be outside the Schengen zone and the Common Customs Union,
Gibraltar is pleased with the progress of the first round. The authorities said in a statement: “Although the parties have put forward their own views on the best way to implement the agreement, and sometimes even contradictory, the relevant exchanges are carried out in a mutually constructive and positive spirit.”