The RTE found on Monday that the Irish government was concerned about the possibility of a complete reversal of the Northern Ireland section of the Boris Johnson Brexit agreement.
Following the exit of the United Kingdom from the European slums, new restrictions and tariffs were imposed on certain goods being transported between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The British Prime Minister assured that there would be no border between Ireland and Northern Ireland in the agreement and that trade between the region and other parts of the United Kingdom would continue to be free.
“Dublin is concerned that London is trying to completely change the protocol, in addition to bringing in the feasibility of supporting ongoing technical discussions with the European Commission,” Ten reported.
Recall that last week the UK’s main contractor, David Frost, said the Northern Ireland protocol would not last long.
The BBC reports that Britain is proposing to impose new restrictions on food products across the Irish Sea border starting in October, citing a document London has shared with the European Union on the implementation of the Brexit agreement.