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President Biden marks 25th anniversary of Northern Ireland peace deal with visit to UK and Ireland
US President Joe Biden is visiting Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, which led to peace in Northern Ireland after 30 years of violence. He is expected to discuss Northern Ireland's economic potential and meet with representatives from five Northern Irish parties. The visit comes at a sensitive time for Northern Ireland, with pro-British unionists continuing to boycott the devolved power-sharing government, which was established under the peace deal. Biden will also address the Irish parliament in Dublin and visit his ancestral homes in County Louth and County Mayo. The trip is set to highlight the United States' readiness to support Northern Ireland's economic potential. However, the recent political stalemate and the trade barriers introduced post-Brexit that treat Northern Ireland differently to the rest of the UK are expected to overshadow the visit.
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