The head of the European Commission is confident that a compromise on the Brexit issue will be found

The head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said in an interview with the Australian media that “the absence of a deal” under the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union was not beneficial for any of the parties. In his opinion, a compromise in this matter can be found. He also stressed the inflexibility of will of the European Union to reach an agreement with the leadership of Great Britain, despite the fact that the decision to withdraw from the EU was made by the United Kingdom, not the European Union. The completion of negotiations between the EU and the UK is expected in October-November of this year. Recently, politicians are increasingly expressing doubts about the fact that during this period, the parties make agreements on the conditions of Brexit.

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