» Thursday, December 4, 2008

Meeting with the Prime Minister of Ireland

Asked about the Prime Minister s meeting with the Irish Prime Minister, the PMS said that they met this morning for about 45 minutes and discussed the forthcoming European Council, in particular handling the global economic downturn. They also discussed developments in Northern Ireland. The Irish Prime Minister would report to the European Council on the Lisbon Treaty.

Asked if they discussed the possibility of a further Irish referendum, the PMS said that that was a decision for the Irish and he would not go into the details of their discussion.

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