US President Donald Trump briefly stopped at Dublin's Shannon airport on Wednesday, in between his UK and France visits, to meet with Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
During the visit, the president said Brexit could be positive for Ireland.
«The big thing is going to be your border, and hopefully that's going to work out,» he said. «It's going to be just fine. I think, ultimately, it could be very... Еще, very good for Ireland.»
Trump also discussed the US government's concerns over Huawei and reports of North Korean negotiators being executed, saying, «one of the people that they were talking about, that was supposedly executed, wasn't executed at all.»
One of the officials Kim Jong-un had reportedly ordered to be executed re-emerged on Monday.
Trump's visit to Ireland followed a three-day trip to the United Kingdom and a visit to France for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
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