British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that there were still problems in trade talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union, indicating that Britain would grow strongly without an agreement.
In a statement to reporters, in response to a question about the possibility of reaching a trade agreement, Johnson said: “The situation has not changed, there are problems … It is very important that everyone understands that the United Kingdom must be able to control its laws completely and also we must be able to control Our sectors are fishing. “
“The terms of the WTO will be more than satisfactory to the United Kingdom. Certainly we can overcome any difficulties that are being put in our way … not because we do not want an agreement, but the WTO terms will be completely satisfactory,” he added.