Šefčovič: EU turning rules ‘upside down and inside out’ to ease post-Brexit tensions – video | The Guardian

The European Union has turned its rules ‘upside down and inside out’ to ease post-Brexit tensions, the EU’s Brexit commissioner, Maroš Šefčovič, said on Wednesday. Referring specifically to a proposal on the transit of medicine between Northern Ireland and the UK, the Slovak commissioner said the EU sought by doing so to ‘find a solid solution to an outstanding challenge’. He added that the priority of the EU was to protect the ‘hard-earned gains’ of the Good Friday agreement

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