Emmanuel Macron has called on Boris Johnson to keep his word over binding Brexit agreements, as the row between the UK and the EU over Northern Ireland continues to simmer at the G7 summit.
The British prime minister responded by calling on the EU to show “pragmatism and compromise”, after meeting EU leaders on the sidelines of the gathering in the Cornish seaside resort of Carbis Bay in southwest England.
According to the ElyséeMeanwhile, the French President made it known at his breakfast meeting with Johnson that he is ready for a reset of French-British relations. But he “underlined that this renewed commitment would demand that the British respect the word given to Europeans and the framework defined by the Brexit agreements”.
Boris Johnson stressed that protecting the Good Friday Agreement was essentialPlaces of worship, Downing Street said after the prime minister also went on to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and EU Commission and Council presidents Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel. The 1998 peace accord ended decades of sectarian violenceannounced an ambitious plan Wednesday to almost fully reopen his province by early July..
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