MUNICH – The British prime minister Theresa May wants a new veiligheidsakkoord agreement with the European Union, which next year should come into effect. She wants to be in that way, cooperation in the military field, and between security services, especially after the country of the Union to leave, she said Saturday during the Veiligheidsconferentie in Munich.
“The cooperation that is to come is one that Britain and the EU provides a way to make our forces the best to bundle where we have mutual interests”, said May for a hearing of European and American dignitaries.
The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, confirmed that security and the brexit separate topics. “We have a security cooperation between Britain and the EU. that we should not be confused with other issues about the brexit.”