Since Brexit came into effect earlier this year, relations between the EU and the UK have been strained, with Europeans accusing the UK of not fully complying with the terms of the agreement.
French President Emmanuel Macron proposed to Boris Johnson on Saturday, June 12 “Re-engagement” The Elysée Palace stated that if the British Prime Minister promises to respect the Brexit agreement with the European Union (EU), relations between France and the United Kingdom will be affected, confirming the Reuters news. The bilateral meeting was held in English during the G7 Summit in Cabis Bay, Cornwall.The President of France used the word “Restart”.
On the occasion of this meeting, Mr. Macron told the British Prime Minister that their two countries had already “Common vision and common interest on major global issues”.
“The President of the Republic said he was ready to start a “Restart” French-British Relations”, Elysee said. « [Il] However, it is strongly emphasized that this re-engagement requires the UK to respect what the Europeans say and the framework defined by the Brexit agreement. “, In the context of tensions in Northern Ireland.
Since Brexit came into full effect earlier this year, relations between the EU and the UK have been strained. Europeans have accused the UK of not fully respecting the hard-won terms of divorce and the new relationship.
Emmanuel Macron was one of the clearest critics of the British government’s attitude, and again on Thursday accused it of lacking “Serious”, While insisting “Nothing can be renegotiated, everything applies”.