domingo, 26 de junho de 2016

Brexit: Merkel says "there's no reason to be too hard in negotiations"

Angela Merkel calls for calm, given the reactions of some responsible Europeans to vote out the EU British.

The German Chancellor has advocated negotiations with the United Kingdom lucid, without rainfall. A more conciliatory tone than the French counterpart and several representatives of European institutions, which the day before asked a "swift implementation" of "Brexit".

Merkel said she had "the feeling that one should not try to scare, in the negotiations of the separation". The head of the German Government stressed to be "saddened by the result of the vote, but it's not a reason to be particularly tough in negotiations, which should be conducted in a professional manner".

His Foreign Minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, had said earlier that the negotiations should begin "as soon as possible".

The heads of diplomacy of the six founding members of the European Union gathered in Berlin to discuss the consequences of the "Brexit".

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