Biden will tell Liz Truss the Good Friday Agreement must be ‘protected’

President Joe Biden will tell British Prime Minister Liz Truss that the Good Friday Agreement must be ‘protected’ amid post-Brexit trade talks with Northern Ireland when the two leaders hold their first sitdown on Wednesday in New York.

‘The President will communicate his strong view that the Good Friday Agreement, which is the touchstone peace and stability in Northern Ireland, must be protected,’ National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said at Tuesday’s White House press briefing in response to a question from

Biden will encourage all parties to work together to ensure the peace process is protected as they negotiate. 

Northern Ireland is likely to be the most tense part of Biden’s and Truss’ conversation, which will take place on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly. Topics will also include the situation in the Ukraine – the UK has been one of America’s staunchest allies – trade, the economy and tthe energy crisis.

Biden, who is proud of his Irish heritage,…

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