EazyCity Statement on Brexit
The result from the June 23rd referendum on the UK's future relationship with the EU has been announced and Britain has voted to leave the EU. The result was 52% to leave the EU and 48% to remain within the EU. A new Prime Minister of Britain will take the decision on when to trigger Article 50 and start the formal and legal process of leaving the EU; a process that is expected to take up to 2 years.
EazyCity is disappointed by the referendum vote but will engage and support all clients, partners, agents, schools, and business contacts during the transition period. We will continue working on the same terms of commitment to mobility, multiculturalism and educational opportunities as we have done over the past 12 years. We will maintain close and strong relationships with all concerned while offering flexible solutions to our European clients travelling to / from the UK.
We will monitor the affair very closely over the upcoming months and provide progress updates. We feel optimistic about the future and we encourage people to travel to the UK as we have many opportunities to offer.