Tokyo, Sep 1 (EFE) .- British Minister of International Trade Liam Fox warned today that the country will not accept "threats" during the negotiation of the "brexit", after "We can not accept being threatened to pay a price in the first part (of the negotiations)," Fox said during a press conference. Media summons in the last day of his trip to Japan accompanying British Prime Minister Theresa May. P>
Fox added that London and Brussels should begin the Discussions about the financial settlement of the "brexit", "because it is good for business, and good for the prosperity of the British and other EU citizens." P>
Of International Commerce pronounced like this before leaving the Asian country next to May, at the end of an official visit that has been centered in the scene of the economic relations and trade between Tokyo and London after the British abandonment of the EU is formalized. p>
At a summit held the day before, and his Japanese counterpart May Shinzo Abe agreed to work Bilateral trade agreement and expressed confidence that this process would be carried out within the deadlines (before the end of March 2019) and without The European Union, however, has noted the lack of progress on the main issues regarding the British exit of the EU block, such as the rights of Citizens and the financial agreement during the third round of negotiations that concluded on Thursday. P>
"We have not made any decisive progress on the main issues," said EU chief negotiator for EU withdrawal Michel Barnier at a joint press conference in Brussels with the British minister for brexit, David Davis. P>
"I'm worried. Time passes quickly, it's a short timeframe, and every day we get closer to the date of departure from the UK," Barnier said. He wondered whether an orderly withdrawal would be possible by then or if London would leave the EU without an agreement.