United States President Joe Biden Don’t want to hear about future trade deal with UK at the moment. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s 90-minute meeting with the US President at the White House on Tuesday turned out to be empty handed, for which there was no joint press conference. Hopes of a quick post-Brexit deal, which Johnson desperately wants, have faded since Biden came to power in January. Washington now has other priorities, as Johnson himself identified. “The Biden administration isn’t making any free trade agreements in the world right now, but we’re very confident of getting a great deal,” he said.
uk seems “At the end of the queue” At the time of negotiating such an agreement with which he has been his greatest ally. The warning issued by then-President Barack Obama in his time comes true when the country leaves the European Union. The London government is now studying other transatlantic trade options.
“We don’t dismiss anything”
the defeat of Donald Trump In past elections, he has skyrocketed the promise of a quick bilateral deal to convince the British of the benefits of Brexit. If the current flowed between Trump and Johnson and collusion with Biden, the pro-EU and Germany as the preferred negotiator on this side of the Atlantic, the situation for London is complicated and that chimerical commercial strategy “Great Britain Global & rdquo;.
Official sources in the British executive suggested that it was being considered as an alternative to abiding by the existing trade agreement between United States, Mexico and Canada (USMCA), despite the fact that there is no provision for inclusion of other countries. “We do not deny anything”, British Environment Minister George Eustice told Sky News. Johnson’s spokesman stressed that the main focus remains on the bilateral agreement with the United States.
Bilateral agreement passes through Northern Ireland
Another problematic angle of resolving ‘Brexit’ is conditioning the existing relationship with the White House. Biden has been warning that If Brexit negatively affects Northern Ireland there will be no chance of a trade deal. The Irish-American president, of whom he is very proud, reminded Johnson again during a meeting on Tuesday that peace in the Northern Irish region is a top priority and will not accept that the dispute with Brussels threatens its stability. Huh. “It worries me greatly” that any changes to the “Irish Agreement, could negatively affect and end the peace efforts”. “A closed range”, He said in a brief statement to the press. “At that point, Joe, we agree,” Johnson said. “No one wants to see the Belfast/Good Friday agreements disrupted or unbalanced,” he said.
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