British Foreign Secretary, Liz Cageannounced that his government would pass laws “in the coming weeks,” and to implement those laws, Unilateral violation of the protocol North Ireland It was included in the Brexit deal, despite London’s insistence that it was working on a deal. “negotiated solution” differences with the European Union.
Truss appeared before the House of Commons to chart the Government’s roadmap. Boris Johnson with regard to the stalled negotiations on the above-mentioned Protocol established at the time avoid a ‘hard border’ Requiring the introduction of controls over goods traffic in Ulster, but only with the island of Great Britain.
The head of diplomacy has made compliance with the 1998 peace agreements a “priority” for his administration, which he now considers at risk. Unsurprisingly, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is blocking Northern Irish politics until the Protocol is amended.
Truss argued that London had tabled “reasonable” offers to replace commitments signed by mutual agreement. Thus, he ensured that they had proposed a mechanism to the EU so that goods coming from Great Britain to Northern Ireland would not enter the single European market.
This will allow “goods moving and staying within the UK to be free of bureaucracy”, one of the recurring claims of the Boris Johnson Executive, and today Northern Ireland is not considering the deal as it remains within the unique market in the EU. . Truss wants to bring back the “British common market”.
The minister also took advantage of his appearance to defend the plan’s unanimous challenge. The Northern Ireland Protocol is “lawful” and respects International Law, Although the European Commission has repeatedly insisted that this would constitute an unprecedented breach of a binding agreement.
Truss invited Maros Sefcovic, the European Commission’s vice-president for overseeing relations with the British, to a meeting “as soon as possible” in London. Any unilateral action to be taken will undermine the trust between the two parties.