Kerry will fly to London and Brussels to discuss a Brexit

Monday, June 27, U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry will go on a visit to Brussels and London after the decision of UK citizens to withdraw from the EU, reports Reuters, citing a senior source in the state Department. In London, Kerry will meet with British foreign Minister Philip Hammond, and in Brussels with the head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini.

Visit of the head of the state Department will be held at the time, British authorities estimate the political and economic implications of a British exit from the EU, said the Reutes.

According to a senior Agency source Kerry during his visit will focus on the importance that other countries have not left the European Union after Melchiorites.

The results of the referendum in the UK, which took place on 23 June, the majority taking part in it made for the country’s withdrawal from the European Union. In favor voted 51.9 per cent came to the land of the Britons.

President Barack Obama, commenting on the results of the voting, said that Washington respects the decision of people in the UK, but stressed that the EU promotes stability, stimulates economic growth and helps to spread democratic values and ideals both on the continent and beyond.