The most important vote will take place on 11 December, British Ambassador Emma Hopkins said on Saturday at a joint meeting of parliamentary committees on foreign policy and European issues and control of EU funds at the National Assembly.
In the Chamber of Deputies (the lower house of Parliament in London), MEPs will vote to approve or not to conclude an agreement between the British Prime Minister Theresa May
Theresa May – British politician
Therese May (father Braiser) was born on October 1, 1956, and the European Union for British Block Output (Breckit). "The decision of the legislators depends on what our relations with 27 will be, it is important to find out whether we come out of the EU with the consent or not, and we both deal very seriously," Hopkins said. She pointed out that given the future relationship between London and Skopje, the Bulgarians on the island are concerned about their situation and their rights after Breckit.
Her Excellency added that last night there was a meeting at the Bulgarian Embassy in London. The good news is that her country will provide a fast and digital document ordering process for Europeans living in the UK. "Bulgarians in the UK must feel safe in both Breckit's scenarios," Hopkins explained.
"We have very strong security cooperation with Bulgaria and I want it to continue, many Bulgarians have decided to study English and want to continue developing our business relations." After the past period of uncertainty over the past 18 months, I hope we will continue our bilateral cooperation, "Hopkins said.