Foreign Minister of Britain resigned

The British foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has submitted his resignation amid a split in the British government about the process of leaving the EU.

The resignation of the notorious British politician, who previously held the post of mayor of London, has already been adopted by Prime Minister Theresa may. This was reported by RIA Agency.

A number of other news outlets also confirmed the message about the resignation of the head of the British foreign office. As noted, Johnson was supposed to attend the summit in London on the issue of European integration of countries in the West Balkans on Monday, July 9, however, did not appear at the meeting. The main reason for the resignation was the growing contradictions in the negotiations on withdrawal from the EU.

Johnson became the second Minister, who left his post in the office of the Mei for that reason. Earlier on Monday, July 9, announced the dismissal of a Minister on matters of UK leaving EU David Davis.

Johnson: “Britain is becoming a colony, the dream of leaving the EU is dying”

Former foreign Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson criticized the negotiating position of the country in question out of the European Union.

British politician announced his resignation on Monday, July 9, announced that he had decided to resign as Minister of foreign Affairs after, I realized that in government Theresa may not agree with his stance on the issue of withdrawal from the EU.

This Boris Johnson said in a letter to may, published on his page on the social network Twitter.

“Out of the EU was supposed to symbolize the opportunity and hope. It should be able to do things differently, become more efficient and agile and to maximize the benefits of Britain as an open, global economy. This dream is now dying, strangled by unnecessary doubt. We are in a ridiculous situation when we in the negotiations, we assume that in the future will not be able to make our own laws.

In this regard we are really moving to the status of a colony, and would be difficult for many to understand what would be the economic or political benefits of such agreements. It is also apparent that relinquishing control over our standards regarding goods and food products (and more besides) much more complicated for us the possibility of concluding deals for free trade”.

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