The British government wants a “deep security partnership” with the European Union after Brexit that is closer than with any other country outside the bloc.
The U.K. lays out its position on future security cooperation with the EU in a paper to be published Tuesday in which it emphasizes the mutual benefits of working across the Brexit divide.
According to the paper, the government envisages that it would “contribute military assets to EU operations, cooperate on sanctions and agree joint positions on foreign policy” as part of a Brexit deal.
“After we leave the European Union we will continue to face shared threats …read more
Source: European Voice