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... in Brittany, Western France:

The port of Roscoff is very busy with traffic to and from Irish ports, and now has... an Irish consulate.

Ireland seeks to deepen links with 'closest EU neighbour' France by opening Brittany consulate

IRELAND TODAY DEEPENED its links with France in the wake of Brexit by opening an honorary consulate in the western port of Roscoff.

"France is now Ireland's closest EU neighbour and Brittany the closest region to us," said James Browne, Irish minister of state at the department of justice.

"This has created a Brexit bounce - even perhaps a Breton bounce - in our relations," added Browne of the move to deepen links between Dublin and Paris by opening the facility at the port headquarters of Brittany Ferries.

At least someone is thanking Boris for this Brexit dividend:

by Bernard (bernard) on Mon Sep 5th, 2022 at 08:13:47 PM EST

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