The rights of Romanians in the UK will be respected, regardless of the outcome of the Brexit trial, insured to the Secretary of State for Europe and the United Kingdom of America, Sir Alan Duncan, in a telephone conversation with the Vice Minister for European Affairs, George Ciamba.
"The United Kingdom Secretary of State for Europe and America reiterated the assurance that, regardless of the outcome of the Brexit process, the rights of Romanian citizens in the United Kingdom will be respected. Sir Alan Duncan also reported that British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering the possibility of finding the right approach for a sustainable solution in relations between the UK and the EU. The British official said that despite the political difficulties in the London legislature, there is hope that the ongoing internal consultation process will provide a solution that will be the basis for the resumption of dialogue with the European Union " , said the Foreign Ministry in a statement, according to Agerpres.
In a telephone conversation on Friday with Deputy Minister George Ciamba, Sir Alan Duncan said he appreciated "the determination of the Romanian authorities to identify the necessary measures to protect the rights of British citizens in post-Brexit, regardless of the scenario that will materialize at the end. of the process ".
On the other hand, the Romanian minister affirmed that Romania, as the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, is discussing with the other Member States and the European institutions, being ready to provide the conditions for dialogue as soon as there is a description of the British government.