“A fight between the UK and the EU is the last thing Washington wants”
- United Kingdom EU responds to Boris Johnson’s rdago: “unilateral measures are unacceptable and we will respond”
Joe Biden Ireland has decided to mediate in the conflict of protocol and has warned the “major” boris johnson That “unilateral action” in their confrontation with the EU could jeopardize the unity of the allies in the Ukraine war.
A delegation of US Congressmen and advisers arrived here on Saturday WashingtonThe most conflicting chapters of the agreement come three days after the Johnson government announced a law to “amend” it at its own risk. BrexitWhich has formed the closest thing to an internal customs office between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
“A fight between United Kingdom and European Union This is the last thing Washington wants,” Derek Chollett, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s right-hand man, told the BBC. ,
“Putin will take any opportunity to show that we have an alliance resquebrajando“, warned Cholet. Ukraine,
The intervention of a State Department adviser in matters of domestic politics in the state is quite unusual. President BidenThe Irish-born, had previously tried to defuse tensions with the EU Johnson, having married a year earlier at a G7 meeting in Cornwall.
In the US Congress, in fact, it has a supervisory group for the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement, which Washington mediated very actively. arrival in this context London A commission composed of nine congressmen and senators, Republicans and Democrats, led by Richard Neal.
The US delegation made its first stop in Brussels, where it met the Vice President of The European Union Maros Sefcovic, who has warned of the risk of a trade war with London. The Congress Party would then depart for Dublin, with its final stop in Belfast.
denial of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has once again taken Ulster to a dead end, taking part in a “power-sharing” government with Sinn Finn, the winner of the recent elections. The DUP calls for the abandonment of the Irish Protocol due to trade barriers and, believing it to endanger the integrity of the United Kingdom.
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