The European Union commented on May’s request for Brexit stitching


European Council President Donald Tusk in response to the request of the British Prime Minister Theresa May for another postponement Brexit offered to “have patience,” hinting that they are ready to give the European Council more time to prepare the treaty.“Even considering that after today we don’t know how it will end, let’s have patience,” Tusk wrote on Twitter.

At the same time, the head of the European Parliament’s Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Guy Verhofstadt, who participated in the EU Brexit negotiation team, saw in the request of Theresa May a search for compromise and a chance to break the deadlock.

“It’s good that Prime Minister Theresa May seeks a compromise between the parties. Better late than never,” he wrote.


Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron said that France was “open” to extend Britain’s withdrawal from the EU under certain conditions, warning that the European Union could not remain “hostage” to the political crisis in the UK due to the situation with Brexit.



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