- The prime minister of United Kingdom has raised concerns with the chief of the European Commission
- According to the sources, the European Union has now agreed for reversing the decision for temporarily overriding the part of the Brexit deal
Boris Johnson, who is the prime minister of United Kingdom, on 29th January 2021, have raised concerns to Ursula von der Leyen, who is the president of the European Commission over the pause of the of the exports of the novel corona virus vaccine as the European Union have partially suspended the terms of the Brexit deal, and the European Union have also enacted a covid-19 export control scheme, which has stopped the covid-19 vaccine consignment of the United Kingdom from entering the border of Northern Ireland and Ireland.
According to the sources, the European Union had also agreed for reversing its decision for temporarily overriding the part of the Brexit deal after the prime minister of the United Kingdom ‘Boris Johnson’, have spoken with the head of the European Union in a telephonic conversation in which, he has expressed all his worries about the potential impact caused by the pause on the export of the corona virus vaccine at the borders of the United Kingdom.
Ursula von der Leyen said that, she had a constructive talk with Boris Johnson, and they both have agreed on the principle that, there should not be any kind of restrictions on the exports of the corona virus vaccines by companies as they have been fulfilling their responsibilities of the contracts.