S&D negotiator for the European Parliament Committee: “We demand full compliance with the Withdrawal Agreement before the final vote of the European Parliament.”
“We remain convinced that Brixi They are both prof Historical error, With enormous social, economic and political consequences. Based on these assumptions, We strongly support the agreement that was reached, as it limits the harm to companies and citizens, Especially on the commercial level, and because it guarantees a relationship between the Union and the United Kingdom on the basis of fair trade and high standards, avoiding social, environmental and regulatory dumping. The fact remains that this agreement is only the basis for a more solid partnership that we hope to be able to establish with London. Much will depend on the British government’s respect and implementation of all aspects of the agreement itself. ”Consequently Paulo de CastroThe S&D negotiator at the International Trade Commission (Inta), on the occasion of the vote that took place today – 108 in favor, one against and four abstentions – at the joint meeting of the Foreign Affairs and International Trade Committees of the European Parliament, called in an extraordinary session to vote L ‘Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom.
“This is a first step – explained de Castro – but before the final vote in the General Assembly, we are asking for more guarantees regarding the full implementation of all aspects of the agreement, including the Withdrawal Agreement and the Protocol for Northern Ireland. As Socialists and Democrats, we have played a pioneering and constructive role during the negotiations,” And we got strict measures regarding equal opportunity, the so-called equal opportunity, reducing the negative consequences of Brexit and protecting workers, consumers, the environment and companies. “
“We remain very vigilant – MEP Pd concluded – To ensure that the agreement is fully respected, Particularly in light of the recent unilateral violations of the withdrawal agreement by the London government.
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