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Boris Johnson will travel to what EU officials described as a “neutral location” in Luxembourg on Monday to meet Jean-Claude Juncker for the first time in an attempt to break the Brexit impasse.
Axar.az reports citing the Guardian that the talks will take place at a lunch hosted by Juncker in the European commission president’s home country, where he was prime minister for 18 years.
Johnson will then hold talks with the current prime minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel.
Johnson’s communications team is understood to believe that Theresa May undermined herself in the public eye by making dashes to Brussels to seek movement in the negotiation.
The prime minister has hinted at plans for further meetings with EU leaders next week.
2019.09.13 / 19:53