Pentagon downplays Brexit fallout on U.S.-U.K. military ties
from The Washington Times
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and British Defense Minister Michael Fallon discussed the potential national security fallout from the United Kingdom’s vote to separate from the European Union, hours after the polls closed in the nonbinding referendum. Carter re-emphasized that Washington and London "will always enjoy a special relationship reflected in our close defense ties, which remain a bedrock of U.S. security and foreign policy" during the call, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said June 24.
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