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Brexit: UK, EU vow to address Northern Ireland issues after 'frank discussion' - DW
Senior British Cabinet Minister Michael Gove and European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic held "a frank but constructive discussion" with the Good Friday Agreement and issues over the supply of goods at the center of those talks, the pair said.

Their statement added that they would "spare no effort" to implement solutions agreed in December under the so-called Northern Ireland Protocol.

Relations between the UK and the EU have become increasingly fractious, with Ireland keeping a close eye on proceedings.

Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin has called on both sides to "dial down the rhetoric."

"We just need to calm it, because ultimately we want the United Kingdom aligning well with the European Union. We want harmonious, sensible relationships," he told RTE radio.

by Bernard on Fri Feb 12th, 2021 at 07:18:39 PM EST
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