No-deal Brexit ‘not a good idea’ says foreign minister
Alfred Bosch implored the new Prime Minister of the UK to work on a deal for leaving the EU
Catalonia’s foreign minister, Alfred Bosch, has said that the government are “certain” that a “no-deal Brexit is not a good idea.”
Earlier today, Boris Johnson was appointed as the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and his biggest task lies in the form of exiting the European Union. Johnson has before displayed no qualms over the prospect of leaving without any deal in place.
However, the Catalan official called on the new Conservative leader to “reconsider” his idea of leaving the EU without a deal in place.
“We think it’s not a good idea, we have followed up on the subject, we have studied different outcomes and impacts and we are certain it is much better to work for a deal,” Bosch explained.
The foreign minister implored Johnson to bring the “certainty and safety” to people’s minds of a deal on Brexit between the UK and the European Union.