- The Irish Government has a crisis meeting held British voters now make the European Union decided to turn his back. The country's economy depends heavily on Britain and will definitely feel a departure from the EU.
The decision,, huge implications for Ireland ', said Friday the Cabinet. Ireland is more affected by a Brexit than any other country, according to Dublin.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan calculated earlier this week, the economic implications for Ireland of a brexit. The country loses an estimated 1.2 percent of its gross domestic product by the British departure. Trade between the two countries, with a value of around 1.2 billion euros per week, could shrink by 20 percent.
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The Minister of Foreign Affairs provides weather strict border controls between Ireland and Northern Ireland and has already looked at how to be entered.