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Simon Coveney is the first Irish politician to visit Washington, DC since the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Former Tory Prime Minister calls Britain's plans to renege on the special arrangements for Northern Ireland in the Brexit deal “reckless” and “irresponsible”.
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Mick Mulvaney said that the Trump Administration, State Department, and Congress were all united in their attempts to prevent a hard border in Northern Ireland.
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Simon Coveney to meet with US officials in Washington, DC next week