Brexit and Europe’s historic day

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The UK will leave the European Union after 47 years of being a full and complete member of the bloc.

On January 31, the United Kingdom officially left the European Union – EU, marking the end of a close but turbulent relationship since the country joined the Union in 1973.

At exactly 23:00 tonight, London time, or 0:00 February 1, 2020 Central European time, Brexit will officially take effect.

The response from the British side will be given by Prime Minister Boris Johnson this afternoon.

The Big Ben clock in London will not be able to ring the bell as planned to mark the historic moment, but this will be the most important milestone in Europe in the early 21st century.

Until midnight on January 30, there were still thousands of people who did not believe this was true.

At this point, Brexit no longer brings stress and fatigue.

In a joint article in the Frankfurt Daily published on January 30, all three top leaders of the EU, Mrs. Von der Leyen, President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli

However, behind all the sympathetic and goodwill statements from the European side, Brexit is a historic failure of the European Union, when inadequacies in the bloc’s governance have created divisions.

What lies ahead will not be smooth.

These are predicted to be more intense and difficult negotiations than the Brexit negotiations over the past 2 years, because they not only involve economic aspects but also politics, security, and especially

Time is also a big challenge, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants everything to be completed in 2020, although information released from the British Prime Minister’s Office shows that it will be early March 2020 at the earliest.

According to Quang Dung


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