Queen Elizabeth II approved the country's separation from the European Union

Queen Elizabeth II approved the country's separation from the European Union

Posted on Jan 24, 2020

Queen Elizabeth II of Britain formally approved the country's separation from the European Union.

According to foreign news agency AFP, two top EU officials in Brussels are expected to sign a separation agreement and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will also sign the agreement in the next few days.

Boris Johnson said after the House of Representatives endorsed the withdrawal by both houses of the British Parliament, "at times it seemed we could never cross the Bridge line but we did so."

"We can now reverse the bitterness and division of the past 3 years and focus on providing a bright, vibrant future," he said.

Boris Johnson will commemorate his victory by issuing commemorative coins and chairing a special cabinet meeting on January 31.

The British Prime Minister will explain the conditions under which the UK will establish trade relations with 27 other European countries.

Official talks with the EU are expected in March.

Boris Johnson, on the other hand, rejected EU arguments that the deadline for negotiations at the end of the year is too short to reach a comprehensive agreement.

In addition, the British government has been demanding to enact its own laws on sensitive issues such as environmental standards and labour rights since Brexit.

Christine Lagarde, head of the European Central Bank, said the block's financial system is ready for the next step.

It should be noted that the UK has been seeking separation from European countries for the past several years, and during this period a number of political debates followed, including the resignation of the notorious former British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Theresa May announced on May 24, 2019, emotionally, that she would resign as Prime Minister and ruling party Conservative and Unionist Party leaders on June 7, and she resigned from her position on June 7.

British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been a member of the EU, became Prime Minister after the 2016 Brexit vote.

After Boris Johnson took over the post of Prime Minister, he said, "We are going to mobilize the country. We will be separated from the European Union by October 31 and we will take advantage of all opportunities in this regard."

Boris Johnson had said, "We will eliminate the negative impression and lack of self-esteem through better education, better infrastructure, more police."

It should be noted that in the surprise referendum in the UK in 2016, the British people voted in favour of expulsion from the European Union, which was then decided on March 29, 2019, the UK will withdraw from the European Union.

Theresa May, who became prime minister in July 2016, promised to make public the decision on the Brexit deal, but has faced difficulties since fierce opposition and is trying to convince MPs to accept the expulsion agreement.

It should be noted that the UK joined the European Economic Community in 1973, but some constituencies in the UK have been constantly complaining that the community established for free trade is being used for political purposes. Damages the country's sovereignty of member states.

Brexit supporters say the separation from the European Union will initially create economic difficulties, but it will benefit in the future as the UK will be liberated from EU imprisonment and the EU's budgetary contribution. Could be spent in the country


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