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Marekani inaihimiza Uingereza ijitoe katika Umoja wa Ulaya bila ya makubaliano

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John Bolton.

Serikali ya Marekani inaunga mkono fikra ya Uingereza kujitoa katika Umoja wa Ulaya bila ya makubaliano. Mshauri wa masuala ya usalama wa rais Donald Trump wa Marekani amesema alipokuwa ziarani mjini London wataunga mkono "kwa shauku", Uingereza ikijitoa katika Umoja wa Ulaya bila ya makubaliano.

Akizungumza na waandishi habari John Bolton amesema rais Donald Trump anategemea kuiona Uingereza ikijitenga na Umoja wa ulaya kwa ufanisi ifikapo Oktoba 31. Mshauri huyo wa rais anayeshughulikia masuala ya usalama ameongeza kusema rais Trump anatarajia kufikiwa makubaliano ya biashara kati ya Marekani na Uingereza.

Kabla ya hapo John Bolton alikutana kwa mazungumzo pamoja na waziri mkuu Boris Johnson na viongozi wengine wa serikali ya Uingereza.


The Guardian Reports:
US and Britain could sign sector-by-sector trade deals, says Bolton

After meeting with PM, Trump’s security adviser talks up post-Brexit relationship


Donald Trump’s
national security adviser, John Bolton, has said Britain and the US could sign sector-by-sector free trade deals prior to a comprehensive agreement as a way of helping the UK cope with the consequences of leaving the EU on 31 October without a deal.

Bolton said the microdeals, focusing on industries such as cars, could be negotiated quickly, and would receive overwhelming bipartisan support in Congress. He was speaking after meeting Boris Johnson and senior British officials in London on Monday.

“The ultimate end result is a comprehensive trade agreement covering all trading goods and services,”

Bolton said.

“But to get to that you could do it sector by sector, and you can do it in a modular fashion. In other words, you can carve out some areas where it might be possible to reach a bilateral agreement very quickly, very straightforwardly.”

In other areas, such as financial services, he said deals might be more difficult to reach.

It is the first time the US has suggested smaller deals could be reached before a comprehensive agreement, and underlines its stance towards the UK as it faces the potential consequences of trade barriers being raised with the EU, the UK’s largest export market. Previously, the US has resisted sectoral deals with the EU.

Bolton, in a briefing with reporters, repeatedly underlined the US administration’s Eurosceptic tendencies by saying he and Trump were “leavers before there were leavers”. “If there was a no-deal Brexit, that would be a decision of the British government. We would support it enthusiastically,” he said.

His chief message on the trip, Bolton continued, was to convey Trump’s desire to see a successful British exit from the EU, adding: “We are with you.” The Johnson-Trump relationship, he said, had “got off to a roaring start” with five phone calls since the British prime minister was elected leader of the Conservative party 18 days ago.

“Britain’s success in successfully exiting the European Union will be a statement about democratic rule and constitutional government,”

Bolton said.

“That’s important for Britain. But it’s important for the United States, too. So we see a successful exit as being very much in our interest, and there’s no quid pro quo on any of these issues.”

Asked to expand on this assessment, he continued:

“The fashion in the European Union is when the people vote the wrong way from the way the elites want to go, is to make the peasants vote again and again until they get it right. There was a vote everyone knew what the issues were. It is hard to imagine that anyone in this country did not know what was at stake. The result is the way it was. That’s democracy.”


DW Reports:
US, UK looking for quick post-Brexit trade deal

London
and Washington are ready to strike a post-Brexit trade deal "in pieces" in order to speed up the process. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said Brexit must be delivered by whatever means possible on October 31.

The United States and the United Kingdom will be looking for a quick, piece by piece, trade deal when Britain leaves the European Union.

"I think here we see the importance and urgency of doing as much as we can agree on as rapidly as possible,"

said John Bolton, the US national security adviser, on Monday.

"We wish we could have moved further along in this with the prior government,"

he added, in a thinly veiled criticism of former Prime Minister Theresa May.

The White House aide was speaking during a visit to London to meet May's successor, Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Iran was also on the agenda during the high-level discussions, as the pair talked about the escalating Gulf standoff. They touched on other security concerns, including Britain's decision on whether to use Huawei to help construct its 5G network. But Bolton said these issues were of less urgency than a post-Brexit trade deal.

"The message I wanted to convey on Iran, and on some other issues in which I include China, 5G, Huawei, that cluster of issues, is that the president and the US government fully understands that in the next few days the UK government has a singular focus on the Brexit issue,"

he said.

Bolton said he had received reassurances that Johnson's administration was "concerned about not having any compromise in the security of telecommunications in the 5G space."

It had been previously reported that the US would rule out a free trade deal unless a post-Brexit Britain dropped a planned tax on tech giants.

Bolton was effusive when it came to the alliance between the two countries. "We have a strong commitment to deepening the US-UK Special Relationship and working together to address global security issues," he tweeted.


The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on October 31, and Johnson has assured all concerned that this will happen, with or without a deal. The UK would then be free to strike trade deals elsewhere.



DW | The Guardian
 
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Sasa nimejua ni kwanini UK inataka kujitoa huko Ulaya, nadhani ni shinikizo kutoka marekani.
 
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Hao ni kaka na mjomba
Wote wamekula nguva
 
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Wakishaivunja EU USA anaanza mfata mmoja baada ya mwingine ili wasiwe wanaamua kama jumuiya bali mmoja mmoja.

Hapo ndo naikubali CIA kuwa haijalishi nani anakuja lengo lao siku zite ni USA kuwa mbele ya wengine
 

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