The source noted that the members of the committee have expressed no desire to resume talks with London in order to revise the terms of the deal.
At the same time, the Guardian newspaper reported late on Sunday that EU Chief Negotiator for Brexit Michel Barnier raised the prospect of extending the divorce process until the end of 2022 at the meeting of the committee. The extension would allow the sides to negotiate their trading ties, according to the newspaper.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday that there is no alternative to the draft agreement on the UK withdrawal from the European Union and urged the UK Parliament to approve the deal in order to avoid “more uncertainty.”
On Thursday, May defended a draft Brexit deal in the UK Parliament's House of Commons. The agreement faced criticism both from the opposition and from the ruling party, with several members of May's Cabinet having resigned over the disagreement with the deal.