ANDThe President of the United States, Donald Trump, and the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson,They have agreed to start talks for a free trade agreement once Brexit takes place.
The US presidenthas described Johnson as "a good man" and "a friend"and stressed that "he will be a great prime minister", after a phone call between the two during the same day.
"The United Kingdom needed him a long time",He pointed out, before revealing that both "work in a commercial agreement" which he has described as "very substantial".
In this regard, Trump has pointed out that both countries could have a level "up to three or five times" higher at the commercial level and has argued that to date there were "impediments" due to the country's membership in the European Union.
"We can do much more trade with the United Kingdom, and we hope to achieve it", the US president has riveted.
For its part, Downing Street has confirmed the call and indicated that both leaders work to achieve "aambitious free trade agreement "once the country leaves the block, "according to the Reuters news agency.
He has also confirmed that both will hold a meeting in the French city of Biarritz during the G7 summit in August and that during the conversation they have addressed tensions with Iran.
Downing Street has also highlighted that thePrime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau,He has pledged to work with London to reach a bilateral free trade agreement after Brexit. Trudeau will also meet with Johnson during the G7 summit.