The Act on the transition period after Brexit (BrexitÜG) entered into force on 1 February 2020.
Brexit became a reality on 1 February. The UK is no longer a member of the European Union. What will remain the same, what will change? What form will future relations with the UK take? Here is an overview of the most important Information.
The Brexit negotiations reached another major milestone on 17 October 2019. After the chief negotiators on both sides – the UK Government and the European Commission, which represents the EU27 – had…
The Foreign Minister reaffirmed the EU27’s common position during a visit by the EU’s Chief Negotiator for Brexit Michel Barnier. The EU remains open to talks and Progress.
Heiko Maas and British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt emphasise the two countries’ shared future.