Juncker: ‘EU countries will not have a united front in Brexit negotiations’
The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, is said to be doubtful whether the remaining 27 member states of the European Union as a united block to be able to establish during the negotiations about the British retirement.
“The other 27 EU countries do not yet know, but the British have good by how they should play,” said Juncker in an interview with the radio station Deutschlandfunk, that Sunday is broadcast. “They can land A this promise, land B and land C will be something else, and the end result is that there is no united European front.”
Juncker added, however, that Great Britain is not about trade agreements may negotiate, as long as it is still a member of the EU.