May will conclude with US the agreement on free trade after Brexit

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Vitvitskiy in photobacteria Minister Theresa may. Archival photoMay will conclude with US the agreement on free trade after Brexit© RIA Novosti / Alexei Vitvitskiy the image Bank

Prime Minister Theresa may has confirmed that he expects to sign with a US free trade agreement after Brexit.

«We stand shoulder to shoulder for many years, and we will demonstrate this through trade agreements that will make,» said may, jointly with the President of the United States Donald trump press conference in his country residence Chequers in Buckinghamshire.

She took the opportunity to reiterate that its proposed plan for future relations of great Britain and the EU after Brexit allows to carry out the will of the British people, who voted for withdrawal from the EU, to maintain close ties with the EU and to allow the United Kingdom to conclude agreements on free trade with other countries.

Mei noted that he and trump had «excellent talks» and will work to deepen bilateral relations.

Thursday, July 12, a report was published by the British government with proposals for future relations with the EU after Brexit, also called «the White book». The country offers EU new partnership in the field of security, involving the close cooperation of law enforcement, sharing intelligence information and joint investigation of serious crimes and terrorist plots, as well as Britain’s participation in the activities of Europol and Eurojust.

London offers the EU agree to coordinate work in the areas of foreign policy, defence and international development, as well as in solving issues related to illegal migration, cyber security, health, the fight against terrorism.

UK after Brexit plans to abandon the principle of freedom of movement, to freely enter the United Kingdom from the EU will only be able young people, students and tourists.

The government plans to introduce a special customs regime with the EU and enter it in a stepwise basis. The strategy enshrines the intention of great Britain to pursue independent trade policies with its own representation in the WTO. Also the United Kingdom intends to set its own rates and fees, and to enter into direct trade agreements with any country.

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