The European Union and the United Kingdom have agreed that the fight over the transport of cold meat from Britain to Northern Ireland will not get out of control for the time being and will further damage the already strained relations between the two.
Instead, he delayed for three months some post-Brexit trade checks that were due to take effect on Thursday, including those on British sausage, giving London additional leeway to adapt to its commitments.
“We are delighted that we have agreed on a sensible extension on cold meat moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland,” British Cabinet Minister David Frost said.
Britain and the EU have been disputing a post-Brexit trade arrangement for Northern Ireland, the only part of Britain that borders the 27-nation bloc, for months, London argued, over a planned investigation between Britain and Northern Ireland. The conditions are not realistic.
The divorce deal agreed by both parties means customs and border checks must be carried out on some goods moving between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, with the rules being intended to keep an open border on the island of Ireland, which is part of Northern Ireland. It is a major pillar of peace. process.