White House expresses concern over Northern Ireland violence

White House expresses concern over Northern Ireland violence

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Joe Biden joins Boris Johnson and Irish prime minister in a call for calm after worst violence in Belfast in years

The White House has expressed concern over a week of riots in Northern Ireland, with Joe Biden joining Boris Johnson and the Irish prime minister in calling for calm after what police described as the worst violence in Belfast for years.

In a statement, the US president’s press secretary, Jen Psaki, said: “We are concerned by the violence in Northern Ireland” and that Biden remained “steadfast” in his support for a “secure and prosperous Northern Ireland in which all communities have a voice and enjoy the gains of the hard-won peace”.

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