The European Parliament (EP) will vote on the Brexit trade agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom in its full session on Tuesday, which will be used temporarily from January 1, a company spokesman announced on Twitter today.
In a message posted on his Twitter account, E.P. Spokesperson Jume Dutch announced the debate and vote on the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom during the plenary session.
The provisional application for the speech is due to end on April 30, but some in Northern Ireland have postponed a deadline for MEPs to vote in protest of London’s postponement of restrictions.
On April 15, the EP’s Foreign Affairs and Trade Commissions voted in favor of the post – Brexit trade and cooperation agreement, paving the way for its final approval.
Brussels says commissions had stopped voting in March against British changes to trade agreements in Northern Ireland, which violated the terms of the Brexit withdrawal agreement and opened up the illegal procedure in London.
The post-negotiation Brexit trade and cooperation agreement between Britain and the European Union, which expires on December 24, 2020, came into force on January 1, with the April 30 deadline set by the EP.