Rescale 미팅 예약


메르켈, #브렉시트 회담에서 영국에 '체리 따기'는 없다




메르켈 독일 총리가 베를린에서 열린 독일 지속가능발전회의에서 연설하면서 손짓을 하고 있다.The European Union must consider limiting Britain’s access to its market if 런던 fails to accept the bloc’s “four freedoms” in Brexit negotiations, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday (9 January), 쓰기 조셉 나스 르.

Merkel’s remarks add to pressure on British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been criticized for hinting at a “hard Brexit” – in which border controls are prioritized over market access – and had to clarify her comments.

The most controversial of the ‘freedoms’ in Britain is freedom of movement within the EU.

“One cannot lead these (Brexit) negotiations based in the form of ‘cherry picking’,” Merkel said in a speech before members of the German Civil Service Association in the city of Cologne.

“This would have fatal consequences for the remaining 27 EU states,” added Merkel. “Britain is, for sure, an important partner with whom one would want to have good relations even after an exit from the EU.”

But it was important, said the chancellor, “that on the other hand, we are clear that, for example, access to the single market is only possible under the condition of adherence to the four basic principles. Otherwise one has to negotiate limits (of access).”

May said on Monday that a clean break with the EU’s single market is not inevitable, clarifying comments that had pushed down the pound on the possibility of a hard Brexit.


She had said during an interview at the weekend that Britain would not be able to keep “bits” of its membership of the bloc.

May has repeatedly said she will not reveal her strategy before triggering Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty to start some of the most complicated negotiations since World War Two.

그녀는 영국이 이민에 대한 통제권을 되찾고 주권을 회복하며 EU와 가능한 최상의 무역 관계를 갖기를 원한다는 대본을 크게 고수했습니다.

The single market emerged from the 1992 Maastricht Treaty on European integration. This enshrines the EU’s “four freedoms” – of movement of goods, capital, people, and services.

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