BRUSSELS, Oct. 8 (EUROPE PRESS) –
The president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, has shaken on Tuesday to the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, the lack of detail in his proposals to avoid a chaotic Brexit, while warning him that a stupid crossing is not at stake of accusations “, but the future of the United Kingdom and Europe.
“You don't want a deal, you don't want an extension, you don't want to revoke (the decision to leave the EU), Quo vadis?” Tusk wrote in his official Twitter account, asking Johnson for more clarity about his plans.
“What is at stake is not a stupid crossover of accusations. The future of Europe and the United Kingdom is at stake, as well as the security and interests of our population,” said the Polish politician.
If nothing prevents it, the United Kingdom will cease to be a Member State on October 31, whether or not there is an agreement that lays the foundation for an orderly divorce.
Technical contacts between the negotiating teams continue to take place in Brussels to try to move towards a solution, despite the fact that the block considers London's last offer insufficient to save the last pitfalls.
Although the European Union is reluctant to set a final deadline to close an agreement in time to avoid the chaotic rupture on October 31, from Brussels the celebration of the European summit of the next 17 and 18 is indicated as the point of no return.