Foreign Affairs Minister says the UK has created a "red line" barrier on the Northern Ireland protocol.
The Irish government hopes their British counterparts are open to maintaining a "working relationship" when it comes to the North.
It's after the Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney accused the British Government on Twitter of creating a new "red line" barrier on the Northern Ireland protocol.
The UK's Brexit Minister David Frost responded by saying he preferred "not to do negotiations by Twitter".
Minister of State for European Affairs Thomas Byrne says remaining issues surrounding the protocol need to be resolved
Simon Coveney: EU trying to solve Brexit problems but dismissive UK 'asking for more' https://t.co/STeF8PSdYn— Irish Examiner (@irishexaminer) October 11, 2021