European Council President Charles Michel arrives for a video conference with representatives of member states ahead of the upcoming EU summit, in Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2020.
Francois Walschaerts/Pool via REUTERSBRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is still negotiating a trade deal with Britain, a top official with the bloc said on Friday morning, stressing that any agreement that may emerge between negotiators must still be approved by the 27 member states.
“It’s unfortunate that it took longer than planned, but we’re still currently negotiating,” Michel told a news conference.
“We want a deal but not at any price,” Michel said.
“The real question is, which political, economic, social project do they want for their own future?
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