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Irish foreign minister ‘saddened and frustrated’ by attempted attack


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a news conference in Berlin, Germany, December 11, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/Pool

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said he was “saddened and frustrated” by the hijacking of a van and its driver in Belfast on Friday in an apparent attempt to attack an event he was speaking at on the Northern Ireland peace process.

“Saddened & frustrated that someone has been attacked & victimised in this way and my thoughts are with him & his family,” Coveney said in a Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) post after police closed down the venue where he was due to appear.

Irish foreign minister ‘saddened and frustrated’ by attempted attack

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