After Boris Johnson, rebuild trust and relationship with the European Union

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany, on June 26, 2022. KENNY HOLSTON/AFP

DESCRIPTION – The expected departure of the future former British Prime Minister gives hope for a better relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom.

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No tears were shed, no bottle of champagne was cut. The fall of Boris Johnson is followed with pragmatism in Brussels. The Europeans had been saving their efforts to find common ground for some time. The hope now is that his departure could pave the way for a better relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom.

Johnson’s legacy in Europe is completely negative

a high official

Johnson’s legacy in Europe is completely negative“Sums up a high-ranking official. “The relationship is clearly unsatisfactory.“, we pointed out diplomatically in the circle close to the president of the European Commission. Since he came to power in 2019, Boris Johnson has not made it easy for the Europeans, who ended up making concessions in the final line of negotiations for the UK exit agreement. Making Brexit much harder than Brussels and London had hitherto imagined.

“BoJo” kept up the pressure by almost immediately questioning Irish protocol…

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