Correspondent and editor for political and general news across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
More than 20 years with Reuters, based in Paris, Moscow, Berlin, London, Baghdad and Jerusalem.
Covered conflicts in Chechnya, Iraq and Gaza. Lately reported from Libya, Tunisia and Egypt.
"The speech shows a willingness to move forward, as time is of the essence," chief European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said in a lengthy statement, adding that May's specially staged event on Friday in Renaissance Florence chimed with the spirit of Europe.
British Prime Minister Theresa May gestures as she delivers her speech in Florence, Italy September 22, 2017. REUTERS/Maurizio Degl'Innocenti/PoolBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Theresa May's "constructive spirit" in a speech on Friday won a cautious welcome from the EU on Friday, though the British prime minister's address raised more questions than answers for some and they want more details next week.
"The speech shows a willingness to move forward, as time is of the essence," the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said in a lengthy statement, adding that May's specially staged event in Renaissance Florence chimed with the spirit of Europe.
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