The European Commission will put the London account in the amount of about 50 billion pounds ($62 billion), and Britain will finally leave the EU only after its payment, said the head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.
“We will thoroughly calculate all contributions of the UK and come to the final number,” writes the BBC. In response to the question of whether the amount is close to 50 billion pounds, he responded positively.
Prime Minister Theresa may expects to officially launch negotiations on Brexit, on 29 March, and the question about the amount that Brits have to pay to cover its liabilities, is in talks with one of the key. Amount includes such obligations as the payment of pensions to officials of the EU, the financing of infrastructure objects, etc.