EU delays summit to June 28-29 to avoid Brexit vote clash

EU leaders have delayed their June summit by several days, thereby avoiding a clash with Britain`s referendum on EU membership, an official said Friday.

EU delays summit to June 28-29 to avoid Brexit vote clash

London: EU leaders have delayed their June summit by several days, thereby avoiding a clash with Britain`s referendum on EU membership, an official said Friday.

"The June meeting of the European Council confirmed for 28-29 June," Preben Aamann, a spokesman for EU president Donald Tusk, said in a tweeted message.

The EU leaders were initially due to begin a regular two-day meeting on June 23, the same day as the Brexit vote in Britain.

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