Last quote by Charlie Flanagan
It is particularly concerning that a vacuum in devolved government in Northern Ireland should now be occurring just as the island of Ireland faces up to the many serious challenges represented by the UK exit from the EU. In these circumstances, all concerned must redouble efforts to achieve the re-establishment of power-sharing government in Northern Ireland, which is so plainly in the interests of all its citizens.
Charlie Flanagan has been quoted 10 times. The two most recent articles where Charlie Flanagan has been quoted are Northern Ireland secretary rules out snap election and Fresh election or direct rule looms as Northern Ireland talks fall apart. Most recently, Charlie Flanagan was quoted as having said, “The Irish government will continue to advocate very strongly for Northern Ireland's interests to be protected. However, there is no substitute for an executive speaking with one voice on these critical issues.”.
Quotes by Charlie Flanagan
Mar 27 2017
The Irish government will continue to advocate very strongly for Northern Ireland's interests to be protected. However, there is no substitute for an executive speaking with one voice on these critical issues.
Mar 26 2017
This is a critical time for Northern Ireland. We are on the cusp on the triggering of Article 50 by the British Government.
Mar 04 2017
As co-guarantors of the Good Friday agreement and subsequent agreements, the Irish and British governments stand ready to provide whatever support or engagement may be necessary to re-establish the devolved institutions. In this regard, I plan to be in touch with the parties in Northern Ireland and with Secretary of State Brokenshire over the next 24 hours.
Jan 19 2017
Through word and deed, Martin sought to reach out to those who - for understandable reasons - would have regarded his past with fear, anger and suspicion.
Dec 01 2016
It's now over five months since that (Brexit) decision was taken by the British people and I believe it's important that we move towards clarity and know precisely what the British plan is and it's important that over the next few weeks we see clarity.
Jun 04 2014
What government is doing here is establishing the facts so that we can get to the bottom of this harrowing issue. It's a matter of great public disquiet and upset, not only for the families involved but for local communities. What we will have is a report to government before the end of this month and then advance matters further.
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