Thin and Foreign Minister Simon Covenei rejected the proposal by British Brekite's secretary Dominique Raab to temporarily suspend Brekit's time limit, from which Britain could retire after three months.
The Backstop warranty was agreed last year to avoid the claims of borders in Ireland, even if there are no future UK-EU trade deals after Brekit. However, the definition of feedback is still controversial.
Mr. Covenei said that Mr Raab, at a private meeting in London last Tuesday, said such a proposal would not be acceptable to the state and believed that EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier would similarly reject such a proposal.
According to the story at The Daili Telegraph, Mr. Raab privately asked for the right to withdraw Britain from the reserve table after only three months in a meeting with Mr. Covenei, although he later appeared as an opponent of the British de facto vice-president David Lidington.
But Mr. Covenei was emphasized on Monday morning that such a proposal was not a runner, extending to the tweets he had previously published in which he said that a "time-limited return" or a return processing that the United Kingdom would end up unilaterally would never agree on Republic or EU.
"Tonight with Dominic Raab in London last week in London – it was a robust exchange of opinions, but it was a fair exchange of thought, and it is true that Dominic Raab presented some thoughts he had in relation to the return word and review mechanisms to return, "he said.
The Irish position remains consistent and it is clear that a "limited time-limited return" or a return flow that the United Kingdom could end up unilaterally will never be agreed upon by the IRE or the EU. These ideas are not withdrawn at all, they do not deliver previous obligations from the United Kingdom# Brekit pic.tvitter.com / i7AK8V1jMo
– Simon Covenei (@ simoncovenei) November 5, 2018
"But I made it absolutely crystal clear that Ireland and, in my opinion, the EU could never support a time-limited reservation or a return rate that could only be unilaterally completed in the United Kingdom after any mechanisms for review in the future," said is G. Covenei.
Speaking at Kanturk in Co Corco, where he opened a new office for the election of Fine Gael Cork, Clrr John Paul O'Shea, Mr. Covenei said Mr Raab's request for a time-limited return amounted to something that was not "a return in general ".
Mr Covenei said that the Irish government was consistent in its view that support was needed on the Irish border as a safeguard measure to ensure that if discussions on a future relationship between the UK and the EU were not implemented, there would be no return to the hard border in Ireland .
Mr. Covenei said he thinks he is "unhappy" that the content of his conversation with Mr. Raab was missed, but that was the nature of politics. He dismissed any idea that some of the negotiating teams were g. Raaba may have been informed that the time-limited return was a runner.
"No, absolutely not – if you look at the deputy chief EU negotiator Sabina Veiande, she this morning pretends to be my race that this is not a racer – she made it clear to her, but again in [a] respecting the path through its retweet, that this is an Irish position, and that is the position of the EU. "
Mr Covenei said he still believes the Brekit deal could be done by the end of November, adding that people should not be surprised that the current focus in the negotiations is the possibility of a gap that will cover the whole of Britain, with some additional measures for Northern Ireland in order to avoid a hard line.
"We have always said that Ireland does not have any objections that the United Kingdom is a customs union and that it has an element in the United Kingdom, since it applies to customs arrangements, but the details of the negotiations are, of course, the question of Michel Barnier and his negotiating team .
"This is because everything that is negotiated must be legally used in the framework of the withdrawal agreement, and in Brussels intense negotiations are taking place in an effort to ensure that political reasons are included where possible in the legal text in a manner that is legally valid.
"Michel Barnier has been trying for some time to respond to the concerns of the British Prime Minister that he does not want to see customs controls between Britain and Northern Ireland – she does not want to report to the United Kingdom two customs unions.
"We do not want any checks between Ireland and the United Kingdom if this can be avoided – we have a trade ratio of 70 billion euros – [and] For months we have said that it is the easiest way to avoid British checking to remain part of a customs union and a single market.
"But it is the British side who said that they do not want to be permanently in the customs union or a single market, and it is therefore difficult to resolve these issues legally, because if Britain says it is outside the customs union, it is outside the single market, outside the European Union .
"He wants to do his own bilateral trade business around the world, which creates a big problem in the context of borders and checks, and that's why return is so important, but I think there are middle position positions that both sides can support, but that must be legally sound."