German Chancellor Angela Merkel has demanded “a fair agreement” that “serves both parties”. However, French President Emmanuel Macron warned that the EU is “prepared” for a scenario of rupture without an agreement. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had set October 15 as the deadline to reach an deal on the future relationship between the two blocs. The Twenty-seven leaders met on Thursday after Britain and Britain agreed to leave the European Union on January 1, 2021. Notably, the UK will now face economic breakdown with no deal
In the House of Commons. Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin called for a “sensible” and “fair” fishing deal to protect his country’s fishing communities. However, community sources believe that the UK could resolve the ratification of an eventual agreement within one month. After the covid-19 pandemic monopolized the summits, the leaders of the EU will speak for the first time in months in depth about the negotiations on Brexit. The employers of Germany, France and Italy had urged an agreement.
Ahead of the summit with a meeting between the Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clement Beaune, and the French fishermen. “Objective: to defend and protect the interests of fishermen”, France said on Twitter. However, sources predict that EU leaders will give Barnier the green light to continue negotiating to reach an agreement with the UK. Notably, France is also expected to meet Britain’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday. The talks could be held in good faith.