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Anglo-Irish Intergovernmental Conference: Tête-à-Tête Meetings

Northern Ireland Downing Street Joint Declaration (1993)

Description: The Anglo-Irish Intergovernmental Conference was a consultative body established under the Anglo-Irish Agreement (1985) to promote cross-border cooperation. It was made up of officials from the governments of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland and had a permanent secretariat based in Maryfield. As part of the conference, senior politicians held tête-à-tête meetings.

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