Johnson announced EU intention to move Brexit

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The EU is going to postpone Brexit from October 31 to a later date, said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

“It seems that our friends in the EU are going to respond to the request by agreeing to a request for an extension, which I did not want,” Johnson said.

The British prime minister also announced his intention to propose holding early December 12 general elections.

“Brexit can be implemented by acting sensibly with parliament and saying that if they need more time to study this excellent agreement, we will give it to them, but they must agree to the elections on December 12,” Johnson said. London is now awaiting a decision by the EU.

Earlier, the Ambassadors of the European Union, agreed on the need to postpone Brexit. The EU plans to give Britain a three-month delay in Brexit.


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