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Juncker to British parliament: “those Who think that a better deal is possible, will be disappointed’

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“This is the best possible agreement’, says European commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, after the end of the extraordinary European summit. ‘I need the British house of Commons to take this into consideration.”

According to European commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is the Brexit-agree that Sunday is the approval received from the European leaders, ” the only possible agreement’. That’s what he said at the press conference after the end of the extraordinary European summit. All eyes are now focused on the British parliament, which is about two weeks, we must vote on the uittredingsverdrag.

Juncker is satisfied with the fact that the 27 European heads of state and government of the Brexit agreement and the accompanying political declaration on the British-European cooperation after the Brexit have subscribed to. “But at the same time, we are sad to see a country leave. Anyone who today (on the top, red.) the word took, pressed his sorrow.’ For the European integration is the Brexit anything but a good thing, says the President.

‘Disappointed’

“This is the best possible agreement. I need the British house of Commons to take into consideration. This is the best possible agreement for both the United Kingdom and the European Union’, went Juncker further. To remember to add: “This is the only possible agreement’.

Juncker wants to say that the British parliament is not the lesson games. ‘But they who think that there is a better agreement is possible, will immediately after the vote, disappointed.’

According to Juncker, Britain will never join a third country, as in other third countries where the EU relations with the suppliers. “A separation is always difficult. But here there will always be some love linger.’ European president Donald Tusk added that Brussels and London friends to stay ‘till the end of time’.

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