Then, on Friday, Jan 31, Britain spends its last day in the European Union before leaving the bloc at 2300 GMT (7am on Feb 1, Singapore time) as clocks strike midnight in Brussels.
It was removed on Wednesday (22 January) from the Brexit Deal along a party lines vote in the House of Commons, along with various other amendments made by the Lords.
The European Parliament will meet on January 29th to debate the withdrawal agreement; however, that is expected to be a formality and the deal should be agreed that day.
In a separate tweet, Michel said: "Things will inevitably change but our friendship will remain".
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the senior ally of Donald Trump said Britain is "top of the list of trade agreements" which the U.S. administration wants to get in the books.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier was also present at the ceremony, held at the Commission's Brussels headquarters.
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We scored our wonderful goal after a set-piece but not a second or third means everything is open and then it gets intense. Klopp added: "We have to think about what we do, because he played much longer (against Wolves) than we thought".
Boris Johnson has called for the "rancour and division" of the past three years to come to an end after his Brexit bill was finally approved by Parliament. "I'm keen to write this new page together", tweeted the Council chief in French.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is yet to sign the deal.
The House of Lords suggested some changes to the bill, including on the rights of European Union citizens and child refugees after Brexit, but the Upper House, where Johnson's Conservatives have a large majority, rejected all amendments, including on the rights of European Union citizens and child refugees after Brexit.
This will be the last step to formalize the split on the European side, after Britain's Queen Elizabeth II gave royal assent to withdrawal legislation earlier on Thursday, capping three years of hard and complicated negotiations. The EU parliament also must approve the Brexit divorce deal before January 31.
The UK government is also demanding the post-Brexit right to set its own rules on politically sensitive issues such as environmental standards and workers' rights.
Getting favourable trade deals from ex-colonies like Nigeria might not pose a serious problem, thanks to the United Kingdom export finance Scheme, which gives loans to importers in states like Nigeria to buy United Kingdom made products.
That transition period will finish in December and Mr Johnson is adamant he will not sanction an extension, insisting the end of the year must be viewed as a hard deadline for a deal to be done.