The British negotiator for the Brexes, David Frost, regretted this Thursday that the European Union “already is not engaged “ to continue working “intensively” to reach an agreement on its future relationship with the UK.
Frost declared “disappointed” by the conclusions adopted by the Heads of State and Government of the Twenty-seven, meeting in Brussels, in which have asked London for “moves” to advance towards a pact that prevents a Brexi abrupt on December 31st.
“Surprised by the suggestion that to reach an agreement all future movements must come from the UK. It’s an unusual position in a negotiation, “Frost said in a message on Twitter.
— David Frost (@DavidGHFrost) October 15, 2020
Despite the fact that the European Council has invited the EU negotiator, Michel Barnier, to continue the dialogue in the coming weeks, the head of the British team considers that the EU not willing to work hard enough.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned in early September that this week’s summit in Brussels must be a inflection point to determine whether it is possible to reach an agreement or it is necessary to accelerate preparations for a breakup without negotiating.
In this regard, Frost advanced that the head of government will make his position public this Friday in light of the conclusions of community leaders.