: Kerry flies to London and Brussels to discuss Brexit outcome

14:18 Jun. 26, 2016

Kerry flies to London and Brussels to discuss Brexit outcome

U.S, Secretary of State John Kerry gestures as he steps off his plane after arriving for meetings, and the Oslo Forum, June 15, 2016, in Oslo (AP Photo)

Negotiations on Britain's exit from the EU may take at least two years 

U.S. State Secretary John Kerry is flying to Europe on Monday, 27 June.

This is reported by AFP referring to the official statement by American authorities.

According to the report, John Kerry will visit London and Brussels to hold crisis talks following the Brexit referendum.

Read also Ukraine to face consequences after UK votes for Brexit

The referendum, which decided the fate of U.K.'s membership in the E.U. took place on June 23, 2016. 51.9 percent of votes (17.4 million people) were cast to leave the EU, versus 48.1 percent (16.14 million people) for remaining part of the bloc. Scotland voted decisively to stay in the E.U. - 62% respondents there voted against Brexit.

The referendum outcome led to a rapid fall in the UK market - the pound fell to its lowest level since 1985, shares of leading companies dropped.
It may take the UK at least two years to negotiate its exit from the European Union.

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