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Flanagan in Berlin for talks on Brexit

'Hard border' with Britain key in talks, Germans told

8th July, 2016
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan

Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan says the common travel area between the Republic and Northern Ireland will be "hugely important" if and when Britain starts talks on leaving the EU.

The minister was speaking to reporters after talks in Berlin with Germany's foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

The minister said the EU had been central to a competitive Irish economy, but added that the EU should now deliver on its pledges and not make "great new...

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