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“The whole world” wants the United Kingdom to avoid a failure, Japan’s prime minister has argued.
At a joint press conference with Theresa May, Shinzo Abe pledged her “total support” to the revocation agreement she negotiated, which MPs will vote on next Tuesday.
Wife said leaving the EU gave “an unprecedented opportunity” for the countries to strengthen relations.
It comes as Honda UK announced a six days after Brexit close.
The Japanese-owned ticket said that the move was to make sure it could adapt to “all possible results caused by logistics and border issues”. [1
9659005] Mr May and Mr Abe promised to build on the trade agreement between Japan and the EU to ensure an “ambitious bilateral arrangement” between the two nations after Brexit, as well as to increase investment.
Abe said, “It is Japan’s strong will to further develop this strong partnership with Britain, invest more in your country and enjoy further economic growth with the UK.
” That’s why we really hope a lack of Brexit will come to be avoided, and it is actually the whole world’s wish.
“Japan is in total support of the draft agreement of withdrawal drawn up between the EU and the May prime minister, which means a move to ensure legal stability for companies that have invested in this country.”
Ms can repeat its call to MEPs to support their plan and say: “The only way to avoid an agreement is to have an agreement and to agree on an agreement and the agreement that is on the table, the deal that the EU has made the deal is the only one deal. “
Working MP Martin Whitfield, a supporter of the Best for Britain campaign for another referendum, said:” It is humiliating for the premier minor to hear her face that the whole world wants to avoid a scenario without her still refusing
“Countries all over the world are looking at Britain in despair. Japan, like our other allies, understands the folly of a wedding without a wedding. Why not Theresa May? “
UK-Japan trade hit $ 28 billion last year and Japanese companies already employ 150,000 people in the UK.
During the Downing Street meeting, Mrs. May and Mr Abe also discussed a number of joint projects, including research on chronic conditions such as dementia and heart failure, the increasing use of large data and artificial intelligence and environmentally friendly growth.
They also made security commitments – as the UK applied the Royal Navy warship HMS Montrose to the region to enforce sanctions against North Korea.
And as part of a cultural exchange, the National Gallery sends a large exhibition to Japan, including the sunflower painting by Vincent Van Gogh.
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