There is no time for a complete correspondence of the British Brexit agreement, said French President Emmanuel Macron at a meeting with British PM Boris Johnson, Reuters reported.
Johnson met with Macron at the Elysee Palace the day after talks in Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who called on Britain to propose alternatives to coordinated security for the British-Irish land border.
There are three years after the UK voted to withdraw from the EU, but the terms of Brexit are still unclear.
“What Chancellor Merkel said yesterday, and which is in line with the substance of our talks, is that we need visibility in 30 days,” Macron told reporters standing alongside Johnson. “Nobody is going to wait until Oct. 31 without trying to find a good solution.”
Macron insisted that the UK fate is in the hands of Johnson. He said that the EU does not want no-Brexit deal scenario, but will be ready if that happens.