Ireland says EU should treat candidates separately

  • 1999-10-07
TALLINN (BNS) - Ireland's foreign minister told his Estonian counterpart Sept. 28 that the European Union should weigh the readiness of candidate countries separatelyDavid Andrews said Ireland also hoped the current pace of the negotiations with the candidates in the first group would be maintained, not slowed down.Andrews met with Estonian Foreign Minister Toomas Ilves, who affirmed Estonia's earlier promise that it will support Ireland's aspiration to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council next year.Ilves and Andrews met in New York on the sidelines of the 5...
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