The UK Prime Minister did not exclude the possibility of fees for withdrawal from the EU
Moscow. March 29. INTERFAX.RU Prime Minister Theresa may did not rule out on Wednesday that London will have to transfer to Brussels “fee for withdrawal” from the European Union.
“Of course, we will carefully study the rights and responsibilities to the EU”, — she declared on air of TV channel BBC One. While the British Prime Minister did not specify the exact amount that may be paid by Britain in the EU.
Last week European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said that Britain should pay in the EU about 50 billion pounds before leaving the Union. This amount will include the cost of all the projects that informed London agreed to Fund.
While the British authorities are counting on an agreement about the priority of trade with the EU after the country’s withdrawal from the Union, said on Wednesday the Daily Telegraph. As noted by may, London plans to achieve “a relationship of another nature” with the EU after Brexit, which would include “some relief in trade”.
While the British Prime Minister stressed that he would like to see “fewer barriers and tariff barriers” to trade between the parties in the future.
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