US President Donald Trump met with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar at Shannon airport on Wednesday where he arrived before heading to Normandy for the D-Day's 75th anniversary.
Trump said he believes Brexit will be good for Ireland. «The big thing is going to be your border and hopefully that's going to work out. I think it will work out. There are a lot of good minds thinking about how to do... Еще it and it's going to be, it's going to be just fine», said the US President.
Trump has been pushing allies including Ireland not to give China's telecom giant Huawei access to markets saying its technologies can be used for spying. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said they had discussed this issue with president Trump.
«We've been offered some further briefings, information from the US side, just to give us a security briefing on that and we'll do our own security analysis first at the European level. But it is something that we're also concerned about», said Varadkar.
The US president will spend the night at his golf resort in the Irish village of Doonbeg before going to France to join the ceremony marking 75 years since the Western Allies opened a second front in WWII on the beaches of Normandy.