"Where there is a will, there is a #deal - we have one! It's a fair and balanced agreement for the EU and the UK and it is testament to our commitment to find solutions", Juncker said.
"I recommend that #EUCO endorses this deal", he said, as Reuters reports.
I will work with energy and determination to reach an agreement on Brexit before the UK leaves the EU on October 31st. This was stated by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The two will discuss the matter at a meeting on the sidelines of the UN next week, BTA reports.
MPs will begin debating Theresa May's Brexit plan again on Wednesday, nearly a month after she postponed the crunch Commons vote on her agreement, reported BBC.
There will be five days of discussion on the terms of the UK's withdrawal and future relations with the EU ahead of an expected vote next Tuesday.
The European Union is not trying to keep Britain in and wants to start discussing future ties the moment the UK parliament approves Brexit, partly to focus on its own unity ahead of May elections, the head of the bloc's executive has said.
President Klaus Iohannis sent a letter on Tuesday to Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, asking her to include on the agenda of the forthcoming Gov't sitting the topic of the protection of the rights and interests of Romanian citizens living in the United Kingdom.
Romania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) welcomes the agreement of the negotiators of the European Union and the UK on the final version of the text of the agreement on UK pulling out of the EU.
President of the Senate Calin Popescu-Tariceanu met on Friday with the Lord Fowler, who is currently the Speaker of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom Parliament, occasion on which he underscored the special importance that Romania grants to the Strategic Partnership with the UK.
Britain's defence secretary Gavin Williamson announced on Friday the deployment of additional troops to Bosnia and Herzegovina ahead of parliamentary and presidential elections in October.
The Times of London reported that 40 specialist military personnel were being sent to counter Russian influence, a growing cause of concern to NATO.