The UK government allows for the exit from negotiations on the “Broksita”
UK may withdraw from the negotiations on the “Broksita” if the EU waives its requirement of payment of €100 billion, said in an interview with The Sunday Times, the Minister of the country out of the EU David Davis. He warned that otherwise, the negotiations will turn into “chaos.”
According to Mr. Davis, if the representatives of the 27 EU countries will not soften its position to reach a settlement even with the volume only at 1 billion pounds would be a problem. “We should pretend that we can withdraw from negotiations, we need to have this opportunity,” — he stressed.
Earlier the Financial Times reported that the financial demands of the EU to the UK in connection with “Brexton” can grow with the earlier mentioned up to €60 billion to €100 billion in London, said that paying this amount is not intended. The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson said that the country has the right to withdraw from the EU, to Brussels without paying compensation, the amount of which can reach such amounts.