EU post-Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has missed a similar commitment from London to those that the twenty-seven maintained when they made a pact at the end of a new round before the end of a new round of dialogue with the UK government, which is in lasted four days in Brussels.
Barnier and British negotiator David Frost held their first face-to-face meeting after the coronavirus pandemic, which, as both parties have confirmed in separate communications, was mainly used to review the differences, given the agreement that will regulate the agreement, Britain’s future relationship with the EU still exists.
“Our goal was to get the negotiations on track quickly and successfully,” said Barnier. “After four days of discussion, however, there are still major differences,” the European negotiator admitted.
According to Frost, “The negotiations were extensive and useful, but they also highlighted the significant differences that still exist between us on a number of important issues.” “We continue to work hard to find an early understanding … in July,” said the Briton.