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‘Disorderly Brexit’ Couldn’t Possibly Gain Anybody’s Interest, Says Maas


08/28/2018


While Brexit without a deal is not something that Germany is looking forward to, it is still preparing contingencies.



On Tuesday, August 28, 2018, the Foreign Minister of Germany, Heiko Maas stated that Berlin wants to skirt the option of facing a “disorderly Brexit”, whereby implicating the official exit of Britain from the European Union bloc without landing any deal.
 
However, he further added that the officials were gearing up with contingencies in came “such an outcome” were to take place. During a news conference which was also attended by Mass’ “Irish counterpart”, Simon Coveney, Maas informed:
“Of course, we are examining the threat of a disorderly Brexit”.
 
Although, he clarified that he is still betting his hope an “agreement between Britain and the EU” to be reached before the official Brexit. While Reuters added that:
“Coveney said nobody could have an interest in an disorderly Brexit and that both sides should try to stick to the agreed timetable for negotiations”.
 
References:
reuters.com







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