Irish overseas minister says there may be Brexit optimism however ‘not there but’

DUBLIN, Oct 10 (Reuters) – Eire’s overseas minister Simon Coveney stated there was trigger for optimism after constructive Brexit talks between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart however stated there was nonetheless some strategy to go earlier than they’d obtained an settlement.

“Mark my phrases we aren’t there but,” Coveney stated in a speech in Dublin earlier than assembly Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on his return from talks in northern England with Johnson.

“At the moment, I feel, is an injection of some a lot wanted optimism however the pragmatism of getting a deal throughout the road is what we might want to give attention to within the weeks and days forward,” Coveney stated. (Reporting by Padraic Halpin, writing by Michael Holden, enhancing by Chris Reese)

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