No agreement yet between Britain and Ireland: Irish FM
DUBLIN - Reuters
No agreement has yet been reached between Britain and Ireland on the future of the Northern Irish border after Brexit, but a breakthrough could come later on Dec. 4, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said.
Coveney said the talks are in a "sensitive place" with the British and Irish governments discussing possible texts of an agreement, which is a prerequisite for Britain to move on to the next phase of Brexit talks with the European Union.
"Hopefully we'll find a way forward today," Coveney told Irish state broadcaster RTE.