Mogherini warns Trump for ‘interference’ in European politics
The foreign affairs minister of the European Union, Federica Mogherini, warned the government of the American president Donald Trump Friday for “interference” in European politics.
Mogherini referred this probably Trumps support for the Brexit.
“We interfere with us, not with American politics. Europeans expected that America is not European politics interfere,” she said at the end of her first visit to Washington, D. C., since the arrival of Trump, reports AFP.
According to the foreign affairs minister is in the European Union “in a better state than a few months ago”. “The United Kingdom remains at least two years of a member state of the European Union. In that period, the no trade agreements, concluded with a third party.”
Although president Trump some of his criticisms in respect of the NATO has toned down after his inauguration, seems to Trump much enthusiasm can muster for the EU.
The main reason of Mogherinis visit to the White House, the nuclear agreement in 2015 was signed among Iran, the U.S. and the EU. To say she was there by the government-Trump assured that the US agreement will fully comply with them.