House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi: “What were they thinking? Whatever it is, I hope they are not thinking about a bilateral trade agreement between the United States and the United States. Pictured: Shawn Thew/EPA Raab had earlier accused the EU of politicising the Brexit withdrawal deal and insisted britain did not want to build new infrastructure on the Northern Ireland-Ireland border. Pelosi said that the British and Irish governments had cooperated in the Brexit negotiations and that “this news came to us almost in the middle of the night… that the United Kingdom had decided to undermine the Good Friday agreements. What were they thinking? Whatever it is, I hope they are not thinking about a bilateral trade agreement between the United States and the United States. “This idea could be established arbitrarily, that the border could be restored, after repeatedly assuring that this would not happen, is a violation of the good faith that we have all received… In this remarkable achievement, the Good Friday Agreement. “Whatever Brexit is, Brexit must not jeopardise the Good Friday agreement, including the stability of the invisible and fluid border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The UK must comply with the Northern Ireland Protocol signed with the EU to ensure the free movement of goods across the border. Joe Biden rallied on Wednesday to the Democrats` call to warn Boris Johnson not to let Northern Ireland`s Good Friday deal fall victim to his Brexit talks. But she added: “It`s a very simple message: you know, they heard it, I told D il, it`s not something we hid under a bush. There will be no bilateral agreement between the United States and Great Britain if the Good Friday agreements are changed in relation to the border. Neal told the New York Times that he had previously assured raab of the Good Friday agreement, but said he had been blind to the latest changes proposed in the withdrawal agreement.
“The UK must comply with the Northern Ireland Protocol signed with the EU to ensure the free movement of goods across the border. Nancy Pelosi, a spokeswoman for the U.S. House of Representatives, has issued a series of warnings from senior U.S. officials that the British government should not reverse the Brexit withdrawal agreement it signed with the European Union. Pelosi said her phone had been ringing about new developments in London, where the UK government has put in place national legislation that could repeal parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement already signed with the European Union. She referred to the contribution of figures such as Bill Clinton and Senator George Mitchell to the peace agreement signed more years ago. Some provisions, such as. B that the rules on food security or air quality, which were previously defined in the EU agreements, are now controlled by the devolved administrations or Westminster. The Internal Market Bill insists that devolved administrations must accept the goods and services of all UK nations, even though their standards are different on the ground. “How can they turn away from an international agreement? How can we trust it? “,” she said. There will be no bilateral trade agreement with the UK if it re-establishes a hard border.
House of Representatives spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi reiterated that a trade deal between the US and Britain would not be reached if the UK withdrew from the Brexit deal.