The United Kingdom “still remains a European country” assuring the British ambassador to France

On BFMTV, Ed Llewellyn expressed a desire to trust the links that unite the British Isles into the European continent, while London has officially left the European Union.

After a four-year wait, the British recorded their departure from the European Union at midnight on 1 January. If a major agreement between London and Brussels to ensure continuity of the exchanges has been scrapped, nothing will be the same. “This is a new chapter for all and for my country” testifies on BFMTV Lord Ed Llewellyn, Ambassador of Great Britain in France.

“Obviously, changes are still taking place today” he continues, but the United Kingdom, “after leaving the European Union, still remains a European country, an ally and a friend” France. This is not going to change. “

Towards his duty to the Reserve, the Ambassador made no comment on the political laxity of recent years in his country divided on this issue. “Our compatriots are happy that we have reached an agreement,” which “allows trade without quotas and without tariffs. This is extremely important,” he underlines.

Diplomats particularly wanted to reassure the British living in France and the French living on the other side of the channel. “On both sides of the channel, we want our countrymen to live in their adopted country”. “This release is in the deal.”

Thomas Leroy BFM Business Journalist

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