little hope for Theresa May on help from Brussels: EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker does not want to negotiate with great Britain about the Brexit. “Everyone needs to know that the withdrawal of the contract will not be opened again,” said Juncker in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Germany and France reject a renegotiation of the Brexit Treaty.
Theresa May has had to be cancelled for Tuesday evening’s scheduled Parliament vote on the Brussels negotiated Brexit agreement in the short term, because the rejection was foreseeable. A new date you are not called first.
May result before the EU summit on Tuesday, several top-level talks. In the morning, you met first, the Dutch head of government Mark Rutte in The Hague. For lunch a conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) in Berlin. After she meets EU Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels to look for solutions.
“Really sad Situation”
“It will certainly give any kind of Commitments that you can eight, and again re-negotiated, now the barrel is again encouraging,” said Minister of state for Europe Michael Roth (SPD) in Brussels. Roth spoke of a “really sad Situation”. He believed that Merkel May could make concessions. The Brexit negotiators are sitting in Brussels and the other EU States are United in the outlet in Position to the UK in the EU. “At the end of decisions in London have to be taken.”
The French Europe Minister of state, Nathalie Loiseau, said that the present outlet of the contract was “the only possible”, and called for increased preparations for the EU on an exit without any agreement.
was The big Problem for the UK, the so-called Backstop, – said Juncker. This should guarantee an open border between the EU-state of Ireland and British Northern Ireland.
“together We are determined to do everything to one day be in the Situation to use the Backstop,” said Juncker. “But we have to prepare him. It is necessary, necessary for the entire package of what we have negotiated with great Britain, and necessary for Ireland. Ireland will never be left alone.”