Joseph Muscat discusses Brexit with Theresa May

The two leaders discussed the latest developments on Brexit as well as bilateral relations between the two countries

The two leaders discussed Brexit and bilateral relations between the two countries
The two leaders discussed Brexit and bilateral relations between the two countries

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat yesterday held a meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May at 10 Downing Street in London.

The in a statement, the government said that the two discussed the latest developments on Brexit. It said that during the meeting the two also discussed how Malta and the UK could strengthen bilateral relations between commercial and investment collaborations.

Muscat said that Malta and the UK were natural allies and the relationship between the two countries will remain very strong.

The two also discussed bilateral relations related to the Commonwealth.

Muscat also met with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, as well as representatives from 10 “international companies specialising in areas like technology, renewable energy, financial services and cinematography”.

The government said the companies had shown an interest in investing in Malta.

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