Boris Johnson called for a new trade agreement with the EU

The British Prime Minister also ruled out the possibility of a new referendum on the status of Scotland.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that there is every chance for a new “Brexit” agreement between London and the European Union and that he would also like to see a new large-scale trade agreement between the parties.

“What we want is to make it clear that there is no turning back, he is dead, it is time to move forward. The exit agreement is dead – we need to move forward. But there is also an opportunity to reach a new agreement,” Johnson said during a visit to the naval base in Scotland.

“We want to… build a new partnership in everything important to us, carrying out cooperation in the field of defense, security, intelligence, culture, science – in everything that can be imagined,” – said the head of the British government.

“The basis of all this will be a new free trade agreement, which will allow us to regain control over our tariffs and rules, and where we wish to do differently,” he added.

In addition, Johnson ruled out the possibility of a new referendum on the independence of Scotland.