France, Germany agree Britain should start Brexit process quickly: French finance minister

French Finance Minister Michel Sapin speaks at a press conference on June 24, 2016, at the Economy and Finance ministry in Paris.
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin speaks at a press conference on June 24, 2016, at the Economy and Finance ministry in Paris.PHOTO: AFP

PARIS (Reuters) - French finance minister Michel Sapin said on Monday (June 27) that there were no differences between France and Germany on how Britain should proceed with plans to leave the European Union bloc and both agreed it should be done speedily. "France like Germany says Britain has voted for Brexit. It should be implemented quickly. We cannot remain in an uncertain and indefinite situation," Sapin said on France 2 television.