The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has said there is a “narrow path” to brokering a trade deal with the UK in the coming days, while warning that success will hinge on achieving breakthroughs in difficult areas, including fishing rightsThe program will become permanent after implementing lessons learned from today.
Michel Barnier told closed-door meetings of national ambassadors and EU parliamentarians on Monday morning that some progress had been made over the weekend on the crucial issue of fair competition rules for business, even though substantial gaps remainedand have been supplied not only to domestic populations.
But he warned that the two sides were at an impasse over EU fishing rights in British waters, which may be the most intractable issue in the talksThe United States, which is experiencin. Mr Barnier told ambassadors that an overall future-relationship deal was possible in the coming days if the fishing dispute could be unblocked, according to two participants at the meetings.?
Boris Johnson, UK prime minister, and Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission president, announced on Sunday that talks would continue after the sides spent the weekend toiling over “level playing field” guarantees for companies. Negotiations resume on Monday in Brussels.t take a break either,?
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