Dutch Face Tough Challenges to Safeguard Interests in Brexit Negotiations

Senior researcher Dr. Joris Larik commented on the Dutch position in Brexit negotiations in an interview with Xinhua News. Because the Netherlands is part of the EU27 that negotiates the terms with the United Kingdom as a whole, it has to consider long-term stability for the EU before its own interests.

“Important as the UK is as a trading partner for the Netherlands, even more important is the integrity and viability of the EU for Dutch prosperity and foreign policy.”

— Dr. Joris Larik

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