US News Brexit. Why Biden "The Irish" defends the interests of the EU to "English" Johnson
Northern Ireland. The integrity of the post-Brexit United Kingdom is not negotiable, responds to London
© AFP / Niklas Halle'n Dominic Raab in Downing Street in London on May 27, 2021. Dominic Raab, the head of British diplomacy , said Friday, 11 June that no "commodification" of the United Kingdom was conceivable, while the application of the post-Brexit trade provisions creates some tensions between London and Brussels, particularly on the North Irish protocol.
It was this Thursday, June 10, 2021 The first head-to-face between US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Tensions fed by London with the EU on the protocol involving Northern Ireland worry the US president.
Since 2016, the year of theand the election of , the Anglo-American relationship was quite paradoxical. London and Washington were, of course, in phase in a kind of nationalist drive, but in doing so, the two allies also turned his back to a tradition since 1945: making the United Kingdom a bridge between Europe and America.
Between Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden, a first head-to-face on a cordial understanding
© Ludovic Marine "It's great to have a very eager US president to cooperate," said Emmanuel Macron who Maintained Saturday with his American counterpart Joe Biden on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Carbis Bay in the United Kingdom. AFP / Ludovic Marin For this first meeting between leaders who had not, until then, spoke only by interposed screens, the entourages of Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron had treated the staging.
was not unhappy with having Donald Trump on his side when negotiating Brexit. But it may not have expected that his successor, would be ... of Irish origin. And very proud to be! However, the Irish question is, precisely, the one that currently envours the application of the agreements signed with Brussels.
One of the Times, Thursday, June 10, 2021, planted the decor well. Biden accuses Johnson to ignite the Irish tensions, titrated the London daily.
In issue, an icy diplomatic exchange that would have occurred between the Minister of Brexit, Lord Frost, and the US diplomat Yael Lempert. Washington does not appreciate London's attempts to return to the North Irish protocol adopted as part of Brexit, which avoids the return of a border with Ireland but disrupts supplies between Great Britain and the province.
Lead 1-Johnson says to see in biden a "big bowl of fresh air"
G7-Summit / Johnson-biden (Lead 1, Photo, TV): Lead 1-Johnson says to see in biden a "big bowl of Fresh air " (updated with additional statements, details) by Steve Holland and Guy Faulconbridge Carbis Bay, England, June 10 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson described Thursday as a" big bowl of fresh air "US President Joe Biden for the willingness of the latter to work with London on a wide range of questions, whether environment, COVID-19 or security.
In the diplomatic note read by Mrs. Lempert, the White House is strongly pressure for the United Kingdom to find a negotiated agreement, even at unpopular compromise price.
The British press explained this Thursday that agricultural issues are in particular in the balance. The American administration will thus condition the signature of a free trade agreement with London to respect by the British European rules on agricultural standards.
Starting hisjourney by a head-to-head with Johnson, the American president gives, certainly, a pledge to the old special relationship that unites the two countries.
The two leaders should be able to sign a new Atlantic Charter on the model of that signed by Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt 80 years ago, to reaffirm the shared values.
But in its revival project transatlantic links to meet the challenges posed by China, Russia and others, Joe Biden wishes a united European front. No pirate ally in the middle of the ocean.
EU and United States extend in Airbus Boeing dispute suspension of criminal duties .
Brussels. In the dispute over subsidies for the aircraft Bauer Airbus and Boering, the EU and the US continued to give up penalty duties. Originally a deadline was until the 11th of July. © Boris Roessler A Boeing 747 starts from Frankfurt Airport in the evening sky. The EU and the United States are given more time in the dispute over subsidies for their aircraft builder Airbus and Boeing.