If no agreement is reached, the matter must be accepted and “move on,” Johnson said.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has given the European Union a deadline for a post-Brexit trade agreement. According to Johnson, the deadline is now October 15th.
If an agreement is not reached by the deadline, a free trade agreement between the parties is unlikely to be reached, the prime minister said in a statement. According to him, the parties must “accept the matter and move on” if no agreement is reached.
The European Union has already indicated that the agreement should be completed by mid-October at the latest in order to be translated and ratified by the Union.
Contract negotiations are set to continue this week in London.
Britain withdrew from the EU in January, and the transition period will end at the end of this year.