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EU and UK negotiations progressed

"We have seen more progress and movement in the important dossiers in recent days. This is a good situation," EU Commission President Leyen said about the negotiations on trade with the UK and the agreement that will shape future relations. said.

NEWS IN ENGLISH 21.11.2020, 15:00 ALP ERMIYA
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EU and UK negotiations progressed
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The President of the European Union (EU) Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the President of the European Council Charles Michel held a press conference on the G 20 Summit, which will be hosted by Saudi Arabia on 21-22 November.

Explaining that there is a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) and global health issue on the G20 agenda, Von der Leyen reminded that the epidemic caused economic damage with loss of life all over the world.

Von der Leyen stated that their priority is to stop the virus all over the world, and that this requires joint investments in vaccines and treatment.

Pointing out the need to be better prepared for future epidemics, Von der Leyen emphasized that the World Health Organization (WHO) should play a leading role in this area.

Von der Leyen said he would draw attention to the importance of economic support until recovery begins at the summit.

Negotiations with the UK

Reminding that all issues need to be agreed upon in order to reach an agreement on trade and future relations between the EU and the UK, Von der Lyen said, "We have seen more progress and movement in important files recently. This is a good situation." he spoke.

"Progress has been made in the area of ​​public support for fair competition," Von der Leyen pointed out that negotiations are continuing on control, fisheries and fair competition. used the expression.

European Council President Michel pointed out that other epidemics may occur in the future, and said, "I think an international agreement is needed to be better prepared for epidemics and to react quickly." he spoke.

Wanting countries to increase their cooperation on sustainable financing, Michel explained the importance of debt relief of less developed countries in particular.

Michel stated that the G20 should urgently focus on nature and environmentally friendly green finance.

On the other hand, many non-governmental organizations and politicians want a boycott of Saudi Arabia's G-20 Summit, which has come to the fore with various human rights violations, including its intervention in the civil war in Yemen and the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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