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Minister Paschal Donohoe On The G7 Leaders Summit

11 June - 8 mins
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The G7 leaders' summit kicks off today in Carbis Bay, Cornwall in the UK.  This comes after a very positive meeting between US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who said they are in ‘complete harmony’ over the Belfast Agreement. To discuss this further we spoke to Paschal Donohoe Minister for Finance & President of the Eurogroup.

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