US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson want a stable Northern Ireland.
They stated that after their first face-to-face meeting in Carbis Bay in the south of England, on the eve of a summit of the leaders of seven leading industrial states (G7) there.
According to Johnson, his country, the United States and the European Union have a “common position” on protecting peace in Northern Ireland.
Due to Brexit, tensions are rising in Northern Ireland because a hard border with neighbouring Ireland, an EU member state, must be prevented.
According to Johnson, all parties agree to keep the peace process going. He said he is optimistic that it will work. The White House also said it would continue to work together towards the common goal of peace and stability.