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Fianna Fáil TD for Cavan-Monaghan Brendan Smith has welcomed the agreement reached by the EU27 this weekend, but is warning that this is only the beginning of a long road of negotiations. The deal has enshrined the Good Friday Agreement and makes provisions for Northern Ireland to be re-admitted to the EU in the event of reunification. Deputy Smith commented, “This weekend’s agreement recognised the unique importance of the Irish situation and I am pleased that the EU27 has enshrined its obligations under the Good Friday Agreement in the document. This is something my party and our partners in Europe, Alde, have been particularly vocal on. Upholding the Good Friday Agreement, which is an international treaty, should not be heralded as a coup, but regarded as a given. “Brexit is one of the greatest challenges that Ireland has ever faced and we need a strong negotiating team to … [Read More...] about Govt must work to protect Border jobs and businesses from Brexit fallout – Smith
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs & Trade Darragh O’Brien has welcomed the agreement reached by the EU27 to recognise the … [Read More...] about O’Brien welcomes EU confirmation of its obligation to uphold the Good Friday Agreement in full
Fianna Fáil TD for Sligo-Leitrim Eamon Scanlon says he’s deeply concerned about the decision by An Bord Pleanála to refuse permission for … [Read More...] about Scanlon expresses concern over refusal of Lough Talt upgrade works