British Foreign Minister Liz Truss said on Friday that there is a deal to be done with the European Union on trade after Brexit.
Truss called on Britain and the European Union to rebuild their relationship, as she and the bloc’s top Brexit official met yesterday for talks over the thorny Northern Ireland dispute in an effort to resolve differences over trade deals. post-Brexit for Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom and shares a land border with Ireland, a member of the European Union.
Truss, who was recently named British Brexit negotiator to succeed David Frost, met with European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic at Chevening House, the official retreat of the Foreign Minister in Kent, southern Britain.
Truss urged the EU to show a “hands-on approach” to solving the problems that have soured relations since Britain left the 27-nation bloc last year.
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