Malta To Offer Britons Renewable 10-Year Residency Permits

Published on 23 Jan 2019, 14:40
Malta will offer Britons living in Malta a 10-year residency permit with the same rights as they currently enjoy if Britain quits the European Union without any agreement, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Wednesday.

Malta wants to be the most British-friendly country in Europe after Brexit, Muscat told reporters.

While regretting Britain’s decision to leave the EU, Muscat said he agreed with other EU leaders that the withdrawal agreement rejected by the British parliament last week could not be changed.

Some 13,000 Britons live in Malta, which was a British colony until 1964, and a third of all the tourists who visit the small Mediterranean island come from Britain.

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