Cameron 'delighted' after the EU summit

British PM David Cameron is quite satisfied with the results of talks over rethinking of EU-UK relations

Cameron 'delighted' after the EU summit

World Bulletin / News Desk 

David Cameron got an agreement for "technical" talks between UK and EU officials over the next six months on British concerns at the latest European Council summit in Brussels.

After the official dinner, Cameron talked to the press saying he is 'delighted' with the negotiations and that the referendum is going to be held - 'that process is now properly under way'.

Meanwhile, Donald Tusk has warned: 'One thing should be clear from the very beginning. The fundamental values of the EU are not for sale and so are non-negotiable. We should consider British concerns, but only in a way which will be safe for all Europe'.

The UK lead by David Cameron will be having a referendum regarding the country's exit from the EU by the end of 2017. In the meantime, the Union's authorities are keen on keeping the UK as a member, therefore in December Cameron will present to everyone his project for the new relationship between Europe and the UK.




Güncelleme Tarihi: 26 Haziran 2015, 10:04