The Cabinet of Ministers of Great Britain came to a collective agreement on Brexit. This was announced by British Prime Minister Teresa May after a 12-hour government meeting. According to the BBC, the ministers approved a plan that envisages the creation of a free trade zone with the EU for industrial and agricultural goods on general rules, and also supported the idea of the creation of a “joint customs territory”. Theresa May in an interview with the British Air Force said: “This proposal, I believe, is suitable for both the UK and the EU. And I expect that it will be accepted well”. The EU representative Michel Barnier said that he was looking forward to an official document.
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