“Theresa may favors a two-year transition period under the Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa may during a speech in Florence on Friday will speak at the conclusion of the Brussels agreement on a two-year transitional period under the Brexit in exchange for the performance of the London financial obligations to the EU before the end of 2020, according to TV channel Sky News, citing extracts from the text of the speech received from Downing street.

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It is expected that Mei will say about the UK’s willingness to pay in the budget of the EU at least 20 billion pounds in the so-called financial regulation in the framework of Brexit. This channel does not exclude that speech can go even about a greater amount.

In exchange for these payments, the British Prime Minister asks China and other 26 countries participating in the EU about conclusion of agreement about a transitional period of approximately two years – from 2019 to 2021, which will save the current rules relating to access of the UK to the European single market, relations within the customs Union.

“If we can do it, then, when this Chapter of European history will be written, it will be remembered not by the differences we encountered, and the vision that we shared. Not the challenges that we endured, and the creativity that we used to overcome them. Not a relationship that has ended, and the partnership, which began,” – said in excerpts of the text of the speech of the Prime Minister, who has control of the channel.

It is expected that the Mae in a speech noting that, “since the British exit from the EU is inevitably a difficult process, it is in our interests that our negotiations were successful.”

Mei will perform in the Italian city of Florence, with the third a speech on Brexit. In Italy it will arrive accompanied by several British Ministers. Local media noted that this performance she hopes to give impetus to the negotiation process.

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