DUBLIN, Oct 15 (Reuters) – Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar mentioned on Tuesday that Brexit talks between the UK and the European Union had made progress and had been transferring in the best route.
“When it comes to Brexit negotiations, I’ve a confession to make: Tuesday is a fairly loopy day and I spent the morning in cupboard and the afternoon within the Chamber so I’ve to return to the workplace now and get a briefing from Brussels,” Varadkar informed reporters.
“The preliminary indications are that we’re making progress, that negotiations are transferring in the best route,” Varadkar mentioned. “However whether or not we can conclude a revised withdrawal settlement, which in spite of everything is a global treaty, in time for the summit on Thursday, that’s as of now unclear.”
Varadkar mentioned British Prime Minister Boris Johnson mentioned at a gathering final week that he was assured he may get a Brexit deal via the British parliament. (Reporting by Padraic Halpin, modifying by Man Faulconbridge)