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Irish foreign minister says Brexit deal 'difficult but doable'

Reuters | Dublin | Updated: 11-11-2020 17:33 IST | Created: 11-11-2020 17:14 IST
Irish foreign minister says Brexit deal 'difficult but doable'
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Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney on Wednesday said he believed it would be difficult for the European Union to agree a trade deal with Britain in the coming weeks but that it was "doable".

"Reaching a deal in the coming weeks is very difficult, but I also think it is doable. No deal is in nobody's interests," Coveney said in an online event organised by the European Movement Ireland.

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