BRUSSELS – It will be for the British prime minister Theresa May is “very difficult” to have something to add to the agreements which the United Kingdom and the EU have made about the brexit. Minister Stef Blok said that on Tuesday in Brussels, shortly after September there had met with EU president Donald Tusk.
Earlier in the day, she was already on a visit to prime minister Mark Rutte and his German counterpart Angela Merkel. She also has a meeting with European commission President Juncker.
The vote on the agreement in the British parliament is postponed because there is not enough support for it. The issue comes later in the week for discussion at an EU summit in Brussels, but the government May “very little” to offer, says Block. What exactly they intended said Block of not knowing exactly. He has no “overall picture” of.
“You know how difficult the negotiations were to the conceptakkoord to come,” said the minister. “So there can be no misunderstanding that there is only very little room is.”