Brussels and London have set a date to start negotiations on a Brexit

Brussels and London have finally agreed that negotiating the British exit from the European Union (Brexit) will begin on Monday, June 19.

Official representatives of the Brussels and London for the first time to discuss the terms of the refusal of the United Kingdom on EU membership. Brussels is primarily interested in the guarantees for citizens of EU States living in the UK, and run this country all financial commitments undertaken as a member of the European Union. We are going to talk about new borders between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Britain, in turn, try to negotiate a bilateral free trade agreement as Prime Minister, Theresa may, intends to bring the country outside of the European internal market and the customs Union.

Negotiations on Brexit must be completed before March 2019.