The British government is discussing the possibility of diverting part of its aid from Asian and African countries to Central and Eastern Europe (including the Baltic States), in a bid to get a better Brexit deal, British daily The Times reported.
According to this plan, part of the government’s 12 billion pound aid budget should be used for such countries as Poland, Hungary and the Baltic States to win support for a favorable deal from Brussels.
As the daily said, the maneuver is reportedly designed to persuade Eastern European countries to back the demands of the U...
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