A British MP has said that the creation of European armed forces would be a disaster

LONDON, 18 Jul – RIA Novosti, Maria Tobacco. British MP-conservative Daniel Cochin calls absurd all talk about “soft” and “hard” Brexit and believes that the creation of European armed forces would be a disaster.

“There are people who are trying to prevent Brexit or to ensure that he was on the “soft” scenario. Do concepts such as “hard” and “soft” (Brexit), absurd. Ahead of the big fight. The coming months and years will be critical in fulfilling the will of the people, who voted for withdrawal from the EU. Of course, there will be delays, of course, there are people who want us to remain in the Customs Union of the EU or the single market, but it is quite impossible,” said Ernakulam in an interview with RIA Novosti.

“We leave the EU and we won’t move towards a supranational state with a single army, a single foreign policy, single currency,” said Ernakulam.

In a referendum last summer, the British called for the country’s withdrawal from the EU, Britain should leave the Association no later than 29 March 2019.

According to Durbar hall art gallery, UK out of the EU doesn’t mean it will play lower than now role in ensuring collective security.

“United European army would be a catastrophe, we have NATO, we have a clear demarcation line between us and Russia, we all know that no one should cross this line. The creation of a single European army would lead to great uncertainty and the weakening of Europe, because why duplicate something that already works well? Then we still need the United States and Canada for our defence shield. There are many countries that are important partners in European defence – Norway, Turkey. Britain as they will not be in the EU. But these three countries that are not in the EU, will continue to have the need to remain part of a unified defense mechanism,” — said the MP.

“There are people in Germany who say that we can’t rely on the US or Britain. This is a very wrong and very dangerous,” he concluded.