Britain's decision to leave the European Union is a "tragedy" to which Europe has also contributed, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday in central Italy.
Criticised on the Brexit in recent days, British Prime Minister Theresa May counter-attacked on Wednesday accusing "European officials" of wanting to interfere in the British legislative elections and not wanting the success of the Brexit.
Britain's Brexit minister David Davis said on Wednesday that the UK was not entering the Brexit negotiations as a "bumper but as a negotiator", rejecting the possibility of the country paying 100 billion euros to the EU.
The CD&V is assuming that the Foreign Affairs Minister, Didier Reynders (MR), didn’t know there would be a vote on Saudi Arabia’s admission to the United Nation’s Commission for Women’s rights, which was held in New York.

Charles Michel attacks “fake news”

Saturday, 29 April 2017 22:35
On Friday, Prime Minister Charles Michel criticised the fact that “false information” about mortgages had appeared in the media.
Foreign Minister Didier Reynders hopes that a debate will be held in parliament on the Belgian policy towards Saudi Arabia, he said after the cabinet meeting.
Flanders has more than 76 agencies and independent institutions, which means 350 political mandates.
EU diplomacy chief, Federica Mogherini, will travel next week to Russia, where she has never visited before due to tensions with Moscow over the Ukrainian crisis.
Israel on Monday condemned the remarks of the candidate of the National Front to the French presidency, Marine Le Pen, who claimed that France was not responsible for the roundup of the Vel d'Hiv mass arrest of Jews in 1942."We condemn the statements made by Marine Le Pen that France…
Finance Minister Johan Van Overtveldt (New Flemish Alliance) criticised the Christian Democrats in Saturday’s De Tijd.