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EU: British PM May in Brussels to unlock Brexit. Document of the 28 on Bosnia-Herzegovina, European perspective and unity of the country

(Brussels) British PM Theresa May is arriving in Brussels in the afternoon. Accompanied by the Minister in charge of Brexit, David Davis, she will meet President of the Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, as well as Negotiations Manager Michel Barnier. The negotiations on the “divorce” of United Kingdom and EU seem to be in a deadlock; May’s surprise journey is meant to make things clearer, with a view to the European Council of 19 and 20 October. Today, in Brussels, the EU Council made several “Conclusions” on international politics issues. Three documents: about Myanmar, Afghanistan and Iran. In particular, the one on Bosnia-Herzegovina is important. The Council “confirms its commitment in favour of Bosnia-Herzegovina joining the EU as single, united and sovereign country. The Council regrets that, in the last few months, bombast has caused division based on past schemes; moreover, early electoral needs slowed down the rhythm of reforms, affecting political atmosphere”. Further, the Council “appreciates the ongoing Althea operation, with means to support the authority of Bosnia-Herzegovina”, securing peace in the country.

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