Brussels believes London’s decision to extend the grace period for food control between Britain and Northern Ireland is a violation of the Brexit deal.
Brussels has strongly condemned London’s decision to extend the grace period for food control between Britain and Northern Ireland. This is believed to be a violation of the Brexit deal.
European Commission Vice President Maros Sefkovic expressed his “serious concerns” about this unilateral decision of the British Commission, “in stark contrast to the creative approach that has existed so far,” especially in a voice that threatens communication.
The British decision is a violation of the terms of the Northern Irish Protocol concluded within the framework of the Brexit Agreement between Europe and Great Britain, and the “obligation of good faith” provided by this Agreement.
In the case of Brussels, the decision “weakens” the work of the Joint Committee responsible for overseeing the implementation of the divorce agreement between the European Union and the former member state – leaving the European Union to the good of January 1, 2021 – and requiring “mutual trust” cooperation solutions.
Finally, we apologize for the unilateral decision without informing Maros Sefkovic, co-chairman of the European Union Joint Committee.
The British government on Wednesday decided to extend the grace period of the controversial restrictions on agro-food products between Britain and Northern Ireland until October 1. This will allow companies to adapt to the new post settings. Brexit.
This is a “temporary” measure intended to avoid major obstacles to the practical and proportional implementation of the Northern Irish Protocol. This is underlined in a written declaration by Parliament to Northern Ireland Minister Brandon Lewis. He assured that talks with the European Union on the issue were ongoing.
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