No ‘Decisive Development’ In 0.33 Round Of Brexit Talks, Top Eu Negotiator Says

The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator has lamented a lack of developments in the third round of Brexit negotiations, saying that no “decisive progress” has been made on any principal subjects.
“We did not get any decisive progress on any of the principal subjects,” Barnier told reporters, referring to the key issues of citizens’ rights and the U.K.’s Brexit bill.
“At the current state of progress, we’re quite far from being able to say that sufficient progress has been made,” Barnier noted.
Barnier said that some progress had been made on the Northern Irish border, but added that he would like to “step up and intensify the rhythm of negotiations” to ensure greater progress is made.
Britain is scheduled to leave the EU at midnight on March 29, 2019.

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