"Ireland suffers damage in the brexitkaos which right now takes place in the neighboring country of the united kingdom, according to the country's EU minister Helen McEntee."
"Ask the british for an extended period of time to sort out the chaos, it should be a short extension, she believes."
"The longer this goes on, the longer we will have uncertainty, and the uncertainty has already had a negative impact on the irish industry, not least in the agriculture sector," says McEntee at a brief press conference with his Swedish colleague, the minister for EUROPEAN affairs Hans Dahlgren (S), during a visit in Stockholm."
"The british government and parliament must once and for all decide what they want, she has."
"– We must know that we are moving forward towards a solution, "says Helen McEntee, and stresses that it is useless to shoot up utträdesdagen a longer period if it is so that they"
"– It will not happen, " she says."
"During the visit in Stockholm there are also issues such as the EU's migration policy and the EU's next long-term budget on the table."