October 25, 2021


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London and Brussels declare war on “sausage war”

London and the European Union (EU) reached an agreement on Wednesday 30 June “Sausage War”. Following strong tensions between London and Brussels over the issue, the deal would allow Britain to continue shipping cold meat such as English sausages to the British province until the end of September – which would have been banned from the 1st.There is July if no agreement is reached.

“We are pleased that we were able to achieve a reasonable extension of cold meat shipped from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.”, Written by Brexit Secretary of State David Frost Communication. “This is a positive first step, but we still need to find a permanent solution.”, Car “Northern Ireland is an integral part of the UK and its consumers can enjoy products purchased in the UK for many years”.

For its part, the European Union insisted on this agreement “Temporary” And with “Strong conditions”. “We did not give a blank check”, European Commission Vice President Maros Sefkovic warned.

Constant tension

It is difficult to negotiate as part of the Brexit agreement and comes into force on the 1stThere is In January, the Northern Irish Protocol maintains the British province in the single European market and the Customs Union for goods, by granting customs controls on goods coming to Greater Ireland from the island of Great Britain.

Tensions between London and Brussels were mainly scheduled for Thursday, with measures to prevent the export of minced or prepared meat from Great Britain not applicable to EU countries.

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Brussels accused of disrespecting London’s commitment, criticizing Europeans as Europeans too “Purityists” In the application of the rules.

The purpose of the protocol was to prevent checks from taking place in the south between the province and the Republic of Ireland, thus preventing the re-establishment of a difficult border between the two territories that could reconcile peace in Northern Ireland. Violence for decades.

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Le Mont with AFP and Reuters