British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron will talk in Paris today.
Brexit and other major topics, including the issue of Iran, will be at the center of the talks.
This will be the first meeting between the two since Johnson headed the British government. He also spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday.
On Sunday, the Sunday Times published a document saying the UK would be hit by "shortages of fuel, food and medicine if it left the European Union without an agreement and also threatened to disrupt ports and a hard border with Ireland." This is shown by documents of the British Government / so-called. Operation Yellowhammer.
Over the next three years, the British government will allocate £ 18m ($ 22.5m) to combat disinformation and the "fake news" phenomenon in Eastern European countries, as well as strengthening of independent media in Western Balkans, DW reported.
In the words of British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt, it is a priority to create conditions for the smooth work of the journalists.
Britain keeps the fees and state funding levels for UK universities for EU students and for the 2020-2021 academic year. This was made clear by an official announcement by British Minister of Higher Education Chris Skidmore yesterday. The news was confirmed by all British universities, partners of the Global Education project in Bulgaria, the media reported in the project.
The British government will postpone the critical vote on Brexit, which was due to start on June 3rd. The delay is because of the supporters of leaving the EU protest and the rebates Theresa May made.
"We will update the House on the publication and introduction of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill on our return from the Whitsun recess.", government whip Mark Spencer announced.