Johnson will send a letter to Tusk to defer Brexit date (source)

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed to the head of the European Council Donald Tusk that he would send him a letter on the postponement of the Brexit date on Saturday, a source in the EU told RIA.

“A telephone conversation between Tusk and Prime Minister Johnson (took place) this evening at 20.15. The Prime Minister confirmed that the letter will be sent to Tusk today,” he said.

Based on this letter, Tusk will begin consultations with EU leaders on how to respond further. These consultations may take several days, an EU source added.


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