Britain has officially left the European Union after 47 years and more than three years after it voted to leave the referendum.

The historic event, which took place at 2300 GMT, was marked by both cheers and anti-Brexit (Brexit) references, according to the BBC's February 1, 2020 report. On Britain's withdrawal from the EU).

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to bring the country together and "take us forward."

In a message posted on social media an hour before the UK's departure, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "For many, this is a wonderful hope, while They think there will be none, and of course there are many who experience feelings of anxiety and loss.

And then, of course, there was a third group – probably the largest group that started to worry that the whole political conflict would never end. I understand all those feelings and our job as a government, my job is to bring this country together and bring us forward.

"For its strength and admirable qualities, the European Union has evolved over the past 50 years in a direction that is no longer appropriate to this country," added Johnson. Update: October