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  1. Germany’s Gabriel says British EU exit must be swift

Germany’s Gabriel says British EU exit must be swift

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday the process for Britain to leave the European Union must be swift, as a delay would not be beneficial either for the UK or for the bloc.

By: | Athens | Published: June 30, 2016 4:39 PM
"There is no doubt, Europe won't fall apart because the United Kingdom is leaving," Gabriel was quoted as saying.  (Reuters) “There is no doubt, Europe won’t fall apart because the United Kingdom is leaving,” Sigmar Gabriel  said. (Reuters)

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday the process for Britain to leave the European Union must be swift, as a delay would not be beneficial either for the UK or for the bloc.

“There is no doubt, Europe won’t fall apart because the United Kingdom is leaving,” Gabriel was quoted as saying in an official translated transcript of remarks after meeting Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos.

Britain’s younger generation, which had favoured the country remaining in the EU, were ‘wiser and smarter’ than its leadership’, he said, adding: “its a decision we must respect”.

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