Dublin's foreign minister Simon Coveney insisted all parties want to break the powersharing deadlock in Belfast as he arrived in London for talks with newly appointed Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley. The tánaiste said there remained "significant challenges" but both governments wanted to find a way to resolve the stand off. Mr Coveney arrived at the Northern Ireland Office after flying in from a visit to the Middle East.
Dublin's foreign minister Simon Coveney and Karen Bradley will meet again next week in the hope of making progress on the powersharing deadlock. Mr Coveney, who flew into London from a visit to the Middle East to meet the newly appointed Secretary of State, said the talks had been "very good" and he expected they were "going to work very well together". The tánaiste said there remained "significant challenges" but both governments wanted to find a way to resolve the stand-off.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney and Secretary of State Karen Bradley will meet again next week in the hope of making progress on the power-sharing deadlock. Mr Coveney, who flew from a visit to the Middle East into London to meet the newly appointed Mrs Bradley, said that the talks had been "very good" and he expected they were "going to work very well together". Mr Coveney said there remained "significant challenges" but both governments wanted to find a way to resolve the stand-off.
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