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Joint statement by Prime Minister Theresa May and EC President Jean-Claude Juncker
A joint statement issued by Prime Minister Theresa May and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker following their working dinner in Brussels.
The following joint statement was issued by Prime Minister Theresa May and EC President Jean-Claude Juncker following their working dinner in Brussels on 16 October 2017:
The Prime Minister and the President of the European Commission had a broad, constructive exchange on current European and global challenges.
They discussed their common interest in preserving the Iran nuclear deal and their work on strengthening the security of citizens in Europe, notably on the fight against terrorism. They also prepared for the European Council that will take place later this week.
As regards the Article 50 negotiations, both sides agreed that these issues are being discussed in the framework agreed between the EU27 and the United Kingdom, as set out in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. The Prime Minister and the President of the European Commission reviewed the progress made in the Article 50 negotiations so far and agreed that these efforts should accelerate over the months to come. The working dinner took place in a constructive and friendly atmosphere.
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