UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is optimistic about a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union – News on sources


Boris Johnson, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, said he was optimistic Monday about a free trade agreement with the European Union after the Brexit, Reuters news agency reported.

Boris Johnson thus hopes to avoid customs controls at the administrative border of the UK's Northern Ireland, which has a special status in the Brexit Agreement. Northern Ireland must maintain EU regulations after Brexit to avoid customs controls with Ireland, an EU member state.

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"The only circumstances in which we would imagine checks on goods transported from the UK to Northern Ireland would be if we did not get a zero-tariff agreement with our friends and partners in the EU, but I hope and am confident that we will get", Boris Johnson said Monday.

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