UK Citizens In Malta Urged To Attend Meeting About Rights After Brexit

8th January 2019

British High Commissioner Stuart Gill will be answering questions on the status of British citizens’ rights after the UK leaves the European Union.

The first of a number of Town Hall meetings for UK nationals working and living in Malta will be hosted by British High Commissioner Stuart Gill on Wednesday 9th January.

Mr Gill will be answering questions on the status of British citizens’ rights after the UK leaves the European Union at the AX Seashells Resort in Qawra, from 5.30pm to 7pm, is free and open to all interested UK nationals.

Representatives from the Maltese government will also participate.

The High Commission said in a statement that in its effort to reach as many British citizens in Malta and Gozo as possible, it would be announcing further meetings in due course, including one in Gozo.

 “Our strong and deep relationship with Malta will endure long after the UK leaves the EU,” High Commissioner Gill said.

“This event and future meetings will help give clarity to UK nationals on the status of their rights following our departure from the EU. I encourage British citizens working and living in Malta and Gozo to attend and join the debate.”

In October, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the United Kingdom would maintain strong ties with Malta after Brexit, with agreements which could be even more wide-ranging than previous ones.

However, he said that nothing was cast in stone until Brexit actually went ahead.


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