Taoiseach to meet Robinson and McGuinness in Armagh




The Taoiseach Enda Kenny is meeting the North's First and Deputy First Ministers at today's North-South Ministerial Council meeting in Armagh.

Mr Kenny says the forum will focus on financial and economic issues, including measures for tackling youth unemployment.

After the council meeting, the Taoiseach will meet CEOs of the North-South bodies.

During his visit to Armagh, Mr Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore will also hold talks with a Joint Sports and Reconciliation Conference, organised by the three largest sports bodies in the North.


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