Köln Public Meeting 28th Sept

Invitation to an open meeting for British citizens on 28 September in Köln organised by British in Germany and the British Embassy

A top priority in the early phases of the Brexit negotiations is to secure the rights of British and EU citizens who are living and working in another country of the Union. Following the last negotiating round, UK and EU negotiators published a joint update on citizens’ rights, setting out the areas where agreement had been reached and areas where further discussion was needed. Negotiations will continue in the coming month.

In co-operation with British in Germany, the Counsellor at the British Embassy in Berlin, Nick Leake, and Daniel Tetlow of British in Germany will hold an open meeting in Köln this Thursday to discuss citizens’ rights following Brexit.

The meeting will take place at 1900 on 28 September at the Anglican Church on Bonner Strasse / Lindenallee, 50968 Cologne at 1900 (doors will open at 1830). We expect the meeting to last for about two hours.

If you would like to share your views, put your questions to Nick or British in Germany and meet other Brits living in the area, please come along. Registration will be on arrival. Any inquiries ahead of the event should be directed to daniel.tetlow(at)britishineurope.org or the Embassy at Berlin.EU_EconTeam(at)fco.gov.uk