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The decisive victory by the British Conservatives in yesterday’s general election was widely and enthusiastically welcomed by European leaders attending today’s (13 December) European Council.
Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said that they welcomed the certainty that the election provided and said that it had been difficult when things had been agreed in Brussels, then rejected by the House of Commons. Bettel added that it is also time for Boris to deliver.
The President of the European Council Charles Michel said that the EU is ready to start the next phase: “We are ready also to defend and to promote the European interest the level-playing field is a very important goal for us.”
The President of the European Commission underlined that the timeframe to reach an agreement in the second phase was going to be very challenging, she said that the EU will be ready to get the most out of the short period available. Von der Leyen was keen emphasise that while the UK would become a third country, she hoped that the UK would enjoy an unprecedented partnership with the EU. She also said that she hoped for a deal that was: “no tariffs, no quotas, no dumping.” The reference to ‘dumping’ refers to the guaranteeing of minimum standards in several fields including state aid, environmental and consumer standards, social rights and other fields. She also added that we should “care” for the 3.5 million European citizens living in the UK.

Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar congratulates Prime Minister Johnson on and “an enormous victory for him […] and for his party.” Varadkar also welcomed the clear majority the PM enjoys and hopes that it will help in swiftly ratifying the Withdrawal Agreement. Varadkar reminded us that the agreement would guarantee no hard border between North and South, the protection of the common travel area, and the protection of British and Irish citizen’s rights.
Varadkaras sakė, kad taip pat svarbu dirbti su ministru pirmininku Johnsonu siekiant, kad Šiaurės Airijos vykdomoji valdžia ir asamblėja vėl pradėtų veikti ir kad tai turės būti pagrindinis artimiausių poros savaičių prioritetas.
Visi lyderiai, įskaitant Prancūzijos prezidentą Emmanuelį Macroną, buvo optimistiškai nusiteikę dėl ambicingo prekybos susitarimo, tačiau visi aiškiai rodė, kad susitarimas bus sąlyginis. Tačiau jau dabar aišku, kad daugelis šalių turės labai specifines raudonąsias linijas. Pakeliui į Europos Vadovų Tarybą Danijos ministrė pirmininkė pareiškė, kad primygtinai reikalaus galimybės žvejoti Britanijos vandenyse.

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