© Reuters. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks to the 20. Anniversary of Scotland vote to determine their own Parliament in Edinburgh
DUBLIN/EDINBURGH (Reuters) — to find The difficulty that the UK faces, the economic and trade solutions outside of the European Union is the internal market becomes more and more apparent, as is trying to navigate Escape, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is an Irish business dinner said on Thursday.
The sturgeon, the head of the Scottish devolved government, said they would continue to argue to strongly for a continuation of the internal market and customs Union membership, and, as the member of the EU, Ireland leaves for open borders to the UK in the EU.
«The internal market membership) is the obvious compromise solution. It is democratically justified to leave the vote, was a very narrow in the UK, and two of the four Nations of the United Kingdom decided to stay,» she said in Dublin chambers of Commerce.
«Like you, we didn’t want to Escape. Like you, we support the internal market and customs Union membership. And like you, we know that in Ireland the circumstances which require special attention, and we will argue strongly for an open border,» she said after an Embargo copy of your speech.
«In addition, the difficulty of the attempt to find solutions outside of the internal market is becoming clearer by the month,» she added.
The relations between the United Kingdom, the four Nations under load from the Brexit vote, because the result was two Nations have voted in Northern Ireland and Scotland — the, keep the EU membership, while the other two decided to leave.
The border between the Republic of Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland is currently open to free movement of goods, since they limit an internal EU. But if the UK leaves the EU customs Union, it will be subject to the customs control and, as such, is an important issue in the negotiations for the UK to leave the EU.
A new physical limit to revive could relates to the safety, almost 20 years after a peace Treaty with Dublin by a long civil ended war in Northern Ireland and led to the end of the army and police checkpoints.
Sturgeon was also due to meet Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in Dublin.