Avoids rigid boundaries in Ireland leading into the quarter and month of negotiations, the German foreign Minister

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    Avoiding rigid boundaries in Ireland is a “key question” for Germany, the foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas said.
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Avoiding rigid boundaries in Ireland is a “key question” for Germany, the foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas said.

A top ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a voice communication between the uncertainty caused by the talks quarter and month.

Mr. Maas spoke at a press conference the Deputy Prime Minister, along with Simon Coveney in Berlin after he spoke at the annual conference of foreign ambassadors.

Mr. Maas told reporters: “any risk or deterioration in relation to Northern Ireland should not take place as a consequence of the quarter and month, and in this regard we need to unite and have a voice 27 EU partners.

“We stand by our position – we must avoid rigid boundaries, is a key issue.”

Mr Coveney warned that the formal date the UK out of the EU from 29 March 2019, was “not far”.


Prime Minister Theresa may dancing with the students and staff at ID Mkize school in Cape town, South Africa. Photo: PA

He insisted that we come to agreement on support was the most “difficult” question.

Mr. Coveney has strengthened the government’s position is that the Irish border has been “the EU’s problem” and not just one side of Ireland.

He said, “It’s not just an Irish problem which must be solved in these negotiations.

“The British government understands that”.

Prime Minister Theresa may and her Minister of foreign Affairs Jeremy hunt has spent the last few weeks visiting European capitals in an apparent attempt to attract EU aid for its government the Checkers plan for the quarter and month.

Some of the sources leaving the UK have accused the British ‘divide and rule approach, noting that the visits had a plan to lure some member States from the unity of the EU-27 in accordance with the chief negotiator of the EU, Michel Barnier.

Meanwhile, as the Ministers rebuffed the claim on Mrs may to say ” no ” -the Internet, a quarter or a month, it’s not “end of the world.”

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Mr. Maas said: “We don’t want any-Internet-quarter and month, we want a deal. The British exit from the EU is quite difficult and if it occurs very organized, this will have negative consequences for all stakeholders, so we work towards the conclusion of the agreement.”

He added that there should be some progress “in the coming weeks because time is running out”.

Mr Coveney said that without the online British exit from the EU would be “very bad news for Ireland and other EU countries”. He said that “various statements” appearing in the press about the ‘no’ was designed to affect the negotiations, but added that he was confident that the deal can be a mediator.

“We hear various statements like these negotiations are in connection with a non-online British exit from the EU, because it will affect negotiating positions and so on. I can’t believe no-online British exit from the EU is in the interests of anyone, and I think we have the potential to ensure that transactions are made”, – he said.

He also doubled down on the need for Irish support in the EU-UK Treaty the withdrawal of troops, saying the issue is “not to change”.

“It’s definitely a must as a backup or insurance mechanism to reassure people they are not faced with the consequences of the physical boundaries on the island of Ireland again.”

Mrs may was asked about her comments during the official trading business in South Africa.

She said, “regardless of the outcome, we will achieve success out of the EU. We put forward our proposals; it provides the output of the UK vote, and ensures that there is no border in Northern Ireland.”

Mrs can also be dismissed alarming forecast from the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, who opened out of the EU without the Internet could cost the UK £80 billion in additional loans 2033, saying it was “working on time in January.”

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