London is ready to accept the fact that the EU has imposed quotas on some British goods
London wants EU to cease to demand from the United Kingdom compliance with the rules and regulations of the European Union after the end of the transitional period after Brexit.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson may make concessions to Brussels in order to conclude a trade agreement between the Kingdom and the EU. This was reported by the Daily Mail newspaper.
Sources claim that the official London willing to accept that the EU imposed quotas on certain British goods. But the British government wants the EU ceased to demand from the United Kingdom compliance with the rules and regulations of the European Union after the end of the transitional period after Brexit. About that, on what categories of goods may be imposed the tariffs, the sources refused to speak.
Such a move would be a violation of Johnson’s promises of his party and voters. The head of the conservative government has repeatedly said that after the country’s withdrawal from the EU the UK will continue to trade with the countries of the European community “without quotas, without tariffs”. According to a source, the offer came from the British side and was greeted without enthusiasm by the representatives of the European Union, but “it will continue to be discussed.”
Earlier, the representative of the British Prime Minister in the negotiations with the EU, David frost said that the next stage of the discussions in a positive vein, however, significant progress in the dialogue with Brussels has not been reached.
Recall that the UK left the EU February 1, 2020 after three years of negotiations about the conditions of release. Brussels and London have agreed to a transitional period, during which the United Kingdom is subject to all European standards. Until December 31, the parties must agree on the document on the basis of the future relationship and the terms of trade. To prolong the transitional period in London is not going despite the fact that remaining until the end of the year, the time may not be enough to complete the negotiations that take place in remote format because of the pandemic disease caused by a novel coronavirus.
Earlier supporters of Brexit called the country, which will conclude the first trade agreement after exit from the EU.