The President of the European Council Donald Tusk announced Tuesday that assigns a summit of 27 countries of the EU Brexit on April 29.
“I will convene the European Council on April 29 to adopt the guidelines for the 27 member States of the EU Brexit. Priority should be defined and clear to all: citizens, companies and member States,” – said Tusk.
Earlier this week, the British permanent representative to the EU Timothy barrow said that the Prime Minister Theresa may will launch a procedure of a British exit from the EU on 29 March.
The first step will be notifying the EU about the start of Brexit: London sent to Brussels a letter about the position of Britain and that London starts article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to leave the EU.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II officially approved the law on Brexit March 16. Prior to that, the bill approved by both houses of Parliament unchanged.
The process of withdrawal of Britain from the EU, expected to last two years.