for The first two weeks of 'intensive' Brexit negotiations, the Thursday before last than you may expect. Friday was a day of negotiations is scheduled to take place between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK), but it is not necessary to be considered. From the statements of both camps, it appears that the differences between the parties is still significant.
Monday saw the toponderhandelaars by Michel Barnier (EU), and of David Frost's (united kingdom), together again for the first time in a face-to-face since the beginning of the end of march. The round of talks, which on Monday began the first in a series of intense discussions, both the parties are closer to each other. Since the beginning of the negotiations for a trade agreement are, the parties are very far apart from each other. The first is an intensive onderhandelingsweek that differences in scale.
"After four days of discussion, it will remain the great differences in opinion existed," says an EU diplomat Barnier said in a statement. Won't mention the conversations of this week's "use" it, "but they also tell us that there's still significant differences".
The three issues that mr Barnier mentions in his report are the same that have been on for months as the biggest obstacles successful: a fair competition between the two parties, and agreements on fisheries and the means of monitoring the arrangements. The EU's chief negotiator, gives the UK a little bit after his statement. "The EU is expected to present its views understood and respected, in order to come to an agreement. We have a similar effort in the united kingdom."
The party will be the week of the 20th of July, once again at the negotiating table to appear. The time to make a trade to get running out: the EU wants to be there for the end of October, an agreement is set, so there is still plenty of time to have to agree to ratify it before the end of the year. If not, then the British will leave the EU without a deal, there is always the trade agreements of the Wto (world trade organisation), the most adverse economic scenario.