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Ireland Cancels The Need Of A Veto For Brexit Summit With Its Solidarity


11/27/2017


Ireland will not move onto “phase two” of Brexit without seeing any progress on the “Irish border” project.



Ireland will be spared from using a veto in the upcoming “Brexit summit” that is scheduled to take place in the next month provided it continues to show its dissatisfaction towards the progress on the work of “Irish border”, wherein the country has already gather support from “all other EU states”, as mentioned by the Foreign Minister, Simon Coveney.
 
The Foreign Minister, on Monday addressing the “national broadcaster RTE”, stated:
“We don’t need to use a veto because we have complete solidarity on this issue with 26 other EU countries. It is clear to us that if there is not progress on the Irish border, we will not be moving onto phase two in December and that was reinforced to me as late as last Friday by very senior EU leaders”.
 
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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