Boris Johnson has urged the EU to reconsider the agreement Bracito

The new Prime Minister demanded new negotiations on the withdrawal from the EU. According to Boris Johnson, Bracito agreement concluded by his predecessor, Theresa may, is unacceptable. With this statement he made in his first address to the British Parliament as head of government.

Boris Johnson said that he prefers that the UK left the EU as part of the transaction, however, expressed readiness to “hard” option Brekzita — without an agreement. He instructed Michael Govou, won the new government post of the head of the office of the Prime Minister, to prepare a “hard” scenario.

“We are ready to negotiate about the alternative,” said Johnson. He stressed that Britain intends to leave the EU until 31 October, as agreed in April.

He also urged EU authorities to reconsider their position and return to negotiations.

The European Commission on the proposal of Johnson said he is not going to revise the agreement on Brazito.
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