British representative: I hope Britain and Europe can reach a comprehensive agreement

London, November 15, chief representative of the brexit talks, David Frost, said on the 15th that he hoped that Britain and the European Union could reach a comprehensive agreement. The UK and EU teams started a new round of future relationship negotiations with the trade agreement as the core at the EU headquarters in Brussels on the 15th. Before the talks began, Frost said on social media that since October 22, the UK and EU teams have been negotiating on the future relationship almost every day, and both sides have made some positive progress. He said that the two sides basically have a common draft agreement, but have not yet reached an agreement on important contents. If possible, the two sides will try to reach a comprehensive agreement on this basis. But at the same time, he cautioned that there is a possibility that the negotiations will not succeed. Some British media believe that EU leaders will hold a video Summit on November 19 to discuss the latest situation of the new crown epidemic, which will be the deadline for Britain and Europe to reach an agreement on future relations. Analysts previously believed that the two sides need to reach an agreement by mid November to ensure enough time to complete their respective legal procedures. < p > < p > the UK officially “left Europe” on January 31 this year, and then entered an 11 month transitional period. If the UK and Europe fail to reach a trade agreement during the transitional period, the bilateral trade will return to the framework of the World Trade Organization from 2021, and re implement border inspection and tariff arrangements. The UK and Europe started negotiations on future relations in March and look forward to reaching an agreement in the transitional period. However, after several rounds of negotiations, the two sides still have serious differences on fair competition environment, performance management and fishery issues.