British government holds to visit Donald Trump
The British government is not planning a visit of the American president Donald Trump and an official reception by queen Elizabeth to blow.
The government of Theresa May be Tuesday officially a petition of the hand which call for a visit to scrap, according to British media Tuesday. The petition on the website of the parliament was by 1.8 million people signed.
It is not yet known when Trump the crossing, but the British minister of Foreign Affairs had to know that the visit is “the full courtesy of a state visit”.
May left after her visit to Washington at the end of January know that the Us president an invitation for a state visit had been accepted. After Trump a temporary re-entry ban was set up for people coming from a number of predominantly muslim countries went there to vote on the invitation to withdraw.