Riots in Northern Ireland on Brexit … and demand calm

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemned die renewed violence in Northern Ireland on Wednesday-Thursday evening when protesters tossed Molotov cocktails and caught a bus in Belfast in Were on fire.

The violence came a week after die Riots die uncovered tense terms of the British boycott when die Effects of the UK’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) on trade unionists, die hold on to their association with the UK, evoke feelings of betrayal.

The police in Northern Ireland said on Lanark Way in Belfast crowds gathered “where a bus was set on fire”.

Boris Johnson voiced in late Wednesday evening tweeted “deep concern” saying, “The way to resolve disputes is through dialogue, not violence or crime.”

The BBC correspondent reported that there were fires in Lanark Way registered where huge metal barriers die Catholic (loyal to joining the Republic of Ireland) and Protestant (union friendly with the UK).

“Hundreds of people from each side threw Molotov cocktails,” she wrote on Twitter. She added that die The arrival of the police enabled a significant reduction in violence.

And die Press Association news agency reported that the subway traffic in the region has been discontinued.

Accusations were exchanged

For her part, Northern Irish Prime Minister Arlene Foster said: “This is not a protest, it is vandalism and attempted murder. These acts do not imply adherence to unity or loyalty.”

The Northern Irish government is expected to hold a meeting to discuss the outbreak of unrest that is about to break out in the face of growing frustration among British loyalists die Restrictions on trade with the rest of the UK took place after the country left the European Union.

Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin Dublin, London and all parties in Northern Ireland called to work together to ease tension and die Restore calm.

Politicians from all sides in Condemned Northern Ireland die Clashes on Wednesday, however die major parties in the government exchanged allegations against them.

The “Sinn Fein” party and other parties accused die “Democratic Unionist Party” District President Arlene Foster to stir up tension because she is strongly against die issued new trade restrictions that many unionists believe will erase part of their identities.

On the other hand picked up die “Democratic Unionist Party” die Police decision not to prosecute Irish nationalists after a major funeral last year against “Sinn Fein”, which is against die Restrictions against die Spread of Covid-19 violates. He also urged the country’s police chief to resign on the order.

Memory of die “Turbulence”

Broke last week in Londonderry saw violence for the first time before heading to one of the “republican” neighborhoods on Easter weekend in and spread around Belfast.

These incidents are reminiscent of three decades of bloody “unrest” between Republicans and Unionists, in which 3,500 people died.

The peace agreement signed in 1998 blurred die Borders between British Territory and the Republic of Ireland. Brexit weakened the delicate balance, however, as customs controls between the UK and the European bloc, too die Republic of Ireland belonged to, had to be imported.

After difficult negotiations, London and die European Union agree on a solution called the “Northern Ireland Protocol”, die it makes it possible to avoid a return to physical boundaries on the island of Ireland by transferring control measures to Northern Irish ports.

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