The Times newspaper reported that will the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, is actually working on a fresh protocol text outlining how to use technology to minimize checks on the border.
Under the EU plan, goods could be tracked using barcodes on shipping containers under “trusted-trader” schemes administered by registered companies, the Times reported.
Reuters reported on Sept. 12 that will EU officials were working on a sensitive Irish protocol to the draft Brexit treaty with Britain, as part of what Barnier has called efforts to “de-dramatize” the issue as well as get a deal.
The proposals are to be circulated to European governments after the Conservative Party conference which starts on Sept. 30, according to the Times.
The “revised draft of the Northern Ireland protocol”, according to a diplomatic note of talks between EU ambassadors, will propose that will most fresh checks would certainly not happen at any border, the Times said.