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The irish prime minister: Hard Brexit could mean troops at the border

the Irish have previously said that they would find it difficult to avoid imposing a hard limit on northern Ireland if the Uk leaves the EU without a specific a

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The irish prime minister: Hard Brexit could mean troops at the border

the Irish have previously said that they would find it difficult to avoid imposing a hard limit on northern Ireland if the Uk leaves the EU without a specific agreement in the border issue, which is one of the most debated parts of the utträdeesprocessen.

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In an interview with Bloomberg in Davos on Friday came the prime minister, mr Leo Varadkar, with the sharpest warning to date about what such a hard limit could mean.

– It would be able to involve people in uniform and may, for example, surveillance cameras, physical infrastrukur and the presence of the police or the army as a support. The problem with it, in the context of irish politics and history, is that such things often become targets, " he says.

towards northern Ireland has been open since 1998, when the ”good Friday agreement” was signed to end hostilities on the island.

Varadkar also reiterated its position that it is primarily up to those who campaigned for Brexit, and those who voted ' no ' to utträdesavtalet, to find a solution to the problem of how the border against the republic of Ireland should be handled.

– part of the difficulty is that the british people were divided in the question whether they should leave the EU or not, and those who want to leave are not unanimous on what it should mean. These things could have been better planned in advance, " he says to Bloomberg.

for Brexit should not constantly need to come up with compromises, he says.

– We can help in the negotiations, but basically, this is a problem created by the united kingdom. We came up with a proposal, but they denied it. Should they not offer us anything now?

"Nothing at the moment," says Varadkar.

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