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Germany's Heiko Maas Still Hopes For A Brexit Deal

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Germany's Heiko Maas Still Hopes For A Brexit Deal

Germany's Heiko Maas Still Hopes For A Brexit Deal

According to Reuters, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Monday he still hoped for a majority of British lawmakers to back a withdrawal agreement with the EU which would lead to an orderly Brexit.

Maas was attending a news conference in Helsinki, Finland with Finland’s Timo Soini, Sweden’s Margot Wallstrom, and Denmark’s Jonas Bering Liisberg.

Mass told n-tv broadcaster that a chaotic no-deal Brexit would create problems that nobody could wish for.

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