2 edition of Northern Ireland talks; Prime Minister"s opening address. found in the catalog.
Northern Ireland talks; Prime Minister"s opening address.
address at opening of multi-party talks June 1996.
|Contributions||Great Britain. Northern Ireland Office.|
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|Number of Pages||14|
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The talks, convened by Westminster secretary of state for Northern Ireland, Julian Smith, took place this morning at Stormont House in Belfast. The summit is part of ongoing discussions to restore powersharing since the government dissolved in Peter Robinson, Northern Ireland's DUP first minister, and Martin McGuinness, his Sinn Fein deputy, have been commenting on the summit. My .
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