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Brussels has made “extra efforts” to resolve the post-Brexit dispute, EU envoy says

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The European Union has pushed “to the limit” by making concessions to Boris Johnson government Trade-in after Brexit Northern Ireland Brock’s ambassador to Britain said.

NS European Commission Has taken steps to reduce regulatory checks by 80% and dramatically reduce customs clearance procedures for the movement of goods, especially food and agricultural products, between the UK and the island of Ireland.

The government welcomed the announcement and indicated that it wanted “intensive talks” to follow the EU’s proposal.

But at the same time, a government spokesman said that if a “permanent settlement” was needed, a “significant change” would be needed in the Northern Ireland Protocol of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

EU experts are in London on Thursday for a meeting with their British counterparts, but Sir Brexit said Sir Frost. Brussels Meet the Vice-President of the European Commission on Friday Maros Chef Chovic Discuss how to break the deadlock.

Maroš Šefchovic, Vice-President of the European Commission, who promised to take action, is “very widespread” and addresses issues related to the movement of agricultural products and medicines across the Irish Sea (Brian Laures / PA). / PA wire

At the BBC 2 newsnight, EU ambassador João Vale de Almeida said Brussels has passed the “extra mile” and cannot go any further according to Wednesday’s suggestion.

“Because we value Northern Ireland, we have reached the limit of what we can do to deal with the problems of Northern Ireland,” he said. “These issues were due to Brexit.”

He emphasized that the EU is unable to meet the UK’s main request to remove the role of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in oversight of the Protocol.

“There is no single market without the European Court of Justice. It’s a single market referee,” he said.

Sir Frost previously stated that the role of a European judge was unacceptable to Britain.

But he told his peers Wednesday that he never used the term “red line” in the negotiations, with signs that he might be willing to compromise.

Brussels has made “extra efforts” to resolve the post-Brexit dispute, EU envoy says

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