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The United Kingdom will not appoint the new European Commission’s representative

The United Kingdom will not send a delegate to the new European Commission, which will start work on December 1 because of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in parliament on Thursday.

He said the appointment of a British representative to the EC would be inappropriate due to the scheduled exit of the country from the EU on October 31.

“We are not going to nominate a European Commissioner from Great Britain to the new European Commission under any conditions,” Johnson said.

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