The pro-independence scottish welcomes "hope" the statements of the Spanish minister of Foreign Affairs
The EU relativizes the ultimatum of Spain on the agreement of the Brexit by Gibraltar
Pedro Sanchez ensures that Spain will vote against the agreement of the Brexit if there are no changes on Gibraltar
The Nationalist Party, the Scottish (SNP) has welcomed with "hope" the statements of the Spanish Foreign minister, Josep Borrell, who has said that the Spanish Government would not object to the entry of Scotland in the European Union if the region of british independence.
"independence will allow Scotland to be an equal partner in Europe, instead of being dragged against our will by the tories (conservatives). That message of hope is becoming more and more powerful as the reality of a 'brexit' hard started to return", declared the deputy of the scottish Parliament, George Adam.
he Added, in a press release, that the intervention of the holder's Spanish-Foreign "confirms what people in Scotland already know, and disassembles the message of fear promoted by the unionists".
This Tuesday, during an interview with the european newspaper 'Politico' in Brussels, Borrell was asked about if Españarespaldaría the EU membership of a Scotland independent, to which the minister replied in the affirmative.
"why not? If he leaves the United Kingdom in accordance with the internal laws of the country, and Westminster (the british Parliament) agree, we're not going to be more papist than the Pope. Why would we oppose it?", said.
These words have raised a great stir among politicians and in the media eurosceptics in the Uk, who have accused him of giving wings to the independence movement scottish, that since the victory of the Brexit in 2016, has revived the campaign to get a second referendum on independence from the rest of the country.
Borrell, who said in Brussels that "Spain is not Britain", in allusion to the situation of Catalonia, said he was "much more concerned about the unity of the United Kingdom" that for your country.
"I Think the United Kingdom will be divided before Spain", predicted the head of the Spanish diplomacy.
Its position was not pleasant, in change, the Conservative Party scottish, which issued a statement in which he stated that the analysis made by the Spanish minister is "simply wrong".
"Precisely, a survey of [the firm] Suvation sets out that 60% of scots say that they want to stay in the Uk," said a spokesperson for the training, and added that the statements of this type, "feed the opposition of the Sturgeon" to the preliminary agreement of the Brexit, agreed between London and Brussels.
the words of The minister will occur in the midst of the increasing tension between London and Madrid for the situation that will be Gibraltar, whose sovereignty claims Spain, after the Brexit.
The president of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, has said that he will vote against the preliminary agreement agreed between the british Executive and the EU, unless the future of the Rock is considered to be a bilateral issue between London and Madrid, instead of between the leaders of europe and the United Kingdom.
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