Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson arrives in Downing Street, in London, May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said Monday he had raised concerns with his French counterpart over the European Commission's decision to exclude the country from a new satellite navigation system.Britain is considering setting up a satellite navigation system to rival the European Union's Galileo project amid a row over attempts to restrict Britain's access to sensitive security information after Brexit.Asked about the issue Monday, a French presidential adviser said there was no decision from the EU to exclude Britain from Galileo, and that the current "uncertainty" was simply the direct result of Britain's decision to leave.
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