Muqeem Ahmed, UK,
The UK is facing a unique conflict in recent history that has led to a 90-day ceasefire, but it may take longer to end. A dispute between Britain and the European Union that lasted for weeks has been suspended for 90 days.
The contract for the delivery of fresh animal meat, mince rolls or sausages used in fast food from the UK to Northern Ireland has been extended for another 3 months. Which ended on July 1, the EU will provide medicines and paraphernalia to facilitate the use of dogs for the disabled in return. Northern Ireland drivers will only be allowed to travel to Ireland on existing insurance documents.
Since Brexit, food and other products have been the subject of disputes between the UK and the EU over customs documents and checking. Britain has expressed satisfaction with the truce, but both sides will have to find a permanent solution.