Great Britain leaves the EU on March 29, 2019 at 23 o’clock

The British government announced that the departure of that country from the European Union will take place on March 29, 2019 at 23 local time. Bregzit Minister David David said that these timelines will be included in the draft bill on the Union’s extradition law, which is currently being drafted in parliament, say the British media.

“This amendment clearly indicates that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union at 23 o’clock on March 29, 2019,” he said in a statement by David. Some deputies have expressed concern earlier because the Bregzit date is not specified in the law. “We have listened to the public and parliament and have given that change so we can avoid confusion,” he said in a statement. The Federation of German Industries (BDI) believes that the European Union and the UK will fail to reach a comprehensive agreement on future economic relations by March 29, 2019, which is the deadline for British exit from the EU, according to Reuters. According to the estimate of the largest group gathering German industrialists, it is very certain that the so-called “tough” Bregzit will come. “The two sides will be in need of a year to complete a comprehensive trade and investment agreement,” said Reijo Managing Director BDI, Joahim Lang.