Brexit: Negotiations suspended, Von der Leyen and Johnson discuss deadlock Saturday
The indication was given by the head of the European Union (EU) delegation for ‘Brexit’, Michel Barnier, announcing that the talks had been interrupted so that the two delegations could inform their political leaders about the deadlock in the negotiations.
Barnier assured that there are currently no conditions for an agreement and that disagreements with the UK remain after months of intense negotiations.
A spokesman for the British Prime Minister had already said on Friday (4) that negotiations between the UK and the European Union to reach an agreement were “at a difficult time”.
The EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, British counterpart David Frost, and their teams were this week in discussions at a conference centre in London in extended sessions fuelled by deliveries of sandwiches and pizza.
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