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Germany's Maas: We need to talk about reopening the Brexit accord

FXstreet.com Friday, 18 January 2019
In an interview with public broadcaster ZDF late-Thursday, Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas noted that he thinks there should be a discussion about reopening the draft Brexit deal, but only if all EU countries agreed with it.

*Key Quotes (via Reuters):*

“In the end, it will be about the question whether to reopen the deal which needs the approval of all 27 member states, which means that everyone has to join in. This is what needs to be discussed now.”
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