LONDON, Feb 20 (Reuters) – British international minister James Cleverly and Northern Eire minister Chris Heaton-Harris will communicate to European Fee vice-president Maros Sefcovic on Monday, a part of “intensive” talks to attempt discover settlement on post-Brexit commerce guidelines with Northern Eire.
A spokesperson for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak informed reporters the talks have been a part of engagement with Brussels on the so-called Northern Eire protocol, a course of which additionally concerned common contact with events in Northern Eire.
“It is clear we have to discover options that defend Northern Eire’s place in our inner market, safeguard the Good Friday Settlement and resolve the sensible points the protocol is inflicting,” the spokesperson informed reporters.
“However the prime minister has been clear that we now have not resolved all of these points and no deal has been finished as but.”
(Reporting by Alistair Smout and Elizabeth Piper. Enhancing by Andrew MacAskill)