U.S. President Donald Trump invited British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to visit the White House in 2020. This was reported with reference to sources in the Prime Minister’s office by The Sunday Times .
According to the publication, the exact date of the visit is under discussion. Presumably, it can take place during the period of trade negotiations between the two countries after Britain left the EU on January 31, 2020.
On December 20, the House of Commons of the British Parliament approved in a second reading a bill on Britain’s exit from the European Union.
On December 12, early parliamentary elections were held in Great Britain. Conservatives formed an absolute majority in the House of Commons and now have the opportunity to pass through parliament any bills they propose.
Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain has already confirmed that the country must leave the EU by January 31, 2020. The exit of the United Kingdom from the alliance was to take place on March 29. However, at the end of October, 27 EU countries agreed to postpone Brexit for three months. Thus, the date of Britain’s exit from the EU was postponed to January 31, and during this time the parties should agree on the details of future cooperation, as well as conclude a new agreement.