Spain vetoed Brexit bargain

Spain pulled back its veto from the Brexit bargain, having gotten adequate assurances in regards to the circumstance in Gibraltar and achieved a concurrence with Britain. Spain’s PM, Pedro Sanchez, told Reuters.

«Europe and the UK have consented to the requests advanced by Spain, hence, subsequently, Spain will take the veto and vote in favor of Brexit,» he stated, taking note of that the issue of Gibraltar stays critical for Spain.

«We stepped forward and gotten unshakable certainties to determine the contention that kept going over 300 years,» Sanchez said.

As per him, Spain will hold coordinate converses with Great Britain on Gibraltar.

The EU is scheduled to hold an emergency summit tomorrow. It is expected that the draft agreement on Brexit can be approved.

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