Minister for European Affairs George Ciamba received a phone call from the British Secretary of State for Europe and America, Sir Alan Duncan, on Friday, assuring him that regardless of the outcome of the Brexit process , the rights of Romanians in the United Kingdom will be respected.
"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 finding the right approach for a sustainable solution in relations between the UK and the EU. the political difficulties in the London legislature, it is desirable that the ongoing internal consultation process provide a solution that will form the basis for the resumption of dialogue with the European Union ", said the Foreign Ministry in a press release statement, Friday, MEDIAFAX.
The foreign official also told George Ciamba that he appreciated the determination of the Romanian authorities "to identify the measures necessary to protect the rights of British citizens in post-Brexit, regardless of the scenario that will materialize at the end of the trial", according to the source cited . Ciamba also informed him that Romania, as the EU Council Presidency, is discussing with the other Member States and the European institutions and is ready to provide the conditions for dialogue as soon as the British government is outlined.
The British Parliament will discuss and vote on the 29th of January the Brexit B plan to be presented by Prime Minister Theresa May, who announced on Thursday the leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom. The House of Commons rejected on Tuesday the draft agreement on Brexit negotiated by Theresa May's government with the leaders of the European Union, amplifying the political crisis.
The House of Commons has also rejected the motion of censure filed by the Labor opposition to the government of Theresa May, who remains in office and tries to find solutions to overcome the impasse in the Brexit procedure. Subsequently, EU leaders are considering postponing Britain's exit from the blockade in 2020, while Germany and France have expressed a willingness to prolong negotiations after the House of Commons has rejected the agreement on Brexit, according to the Times.