The Good Friday Agreement/Belfast Agreement – or any other name you wish to give (to promote your small property) is registered by the United Nations as an international agreement. It is recognized by the EU as an international agreement and the US government at the time, led by Bill Clinton, was the guarantor of the agreement. That is why I am asking people to give me a few lines to study the impact of renegotiating an already recognized international agreement. He added: “We support the position clearly taken by U.S. House of Representatives spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi, who reiterated this month that the U.S. Congress would not support a free trade agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom if the U.K. does not preserve the gains of the Good Friday Agreement and the broader peace process. If these notified plans were to move forward, it would be difficult to see how these conditions could be met. As the guarantors of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, the United States has a strong interest in protecting the historic peace agreement. In a statement late Tuesday, Richard Neal, chairman of the Ways and Means committee in Congress, which oversees trade agreements, said the United States was guarantors of the Belfast agreement. The topics we have touched on mean absolutely nothing to the outsiders who will decide.

Theresa May has more to lose if she respects this international agreement than anyone else. It cannot afford to fall with the DUP which supports its government, and it cannot afford not to consult Dublin with regard to the northern Ireland leadership, so that it does not respect an international agreement on custom common government agreements – in other words, it fears the label that Britain makes bad cheques. In addition to the number of signatories[Note 1], Stefan Wolff identifies the following similarities and differences between the themes discussed in the two agreements:[28] The agreement was reached after many years of complex discussions, proposals and compromises. A lot of people have made a great contribution. Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern were the leaders of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland at the time. The presidency was chaired by U.S. Special Envoy George Mitchell. [3] Under these conditions, the EU will not conclude a free trade agreement. “A violation of international law is unacceptable and does not create the trust we need to establish our future relations,” said Charles Michel, President of the European Council. His remarks were unanimously repeated across the continent by national leaders in their opposition to Johnson`s action. The agreement consists of two related documents, both related to Good Friday, April 10, 1998, in Belfast, it was agreed: “We appreciate the challenges your country faces when it lowers the deadline for a negotiated agreement on 15 October – but an Ireland divided by a hard border risks stoking old tensions that are still very strong today and which end up wiping out decades of progress that the United States, the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom have made together.” He said that at the beginning of the year, Britain and the European Union had approved a withdrawal agreement that provided for the conditions for the UK`s orderly exit from the EU and said: “I urge both sides to respect the terms of this common agreement, including the treatment of Northern Ireland in accordance with international law.” Theresa May, however, is not a natural negotiator and Leo Varadkar has negotiated the importance imposed on her because he has 26 other EU countries supporting him against the UK.