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Irish PM does not think London wants to rewrite N.Ireland Brexit protocol

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FILE PHOTO: EU leaders summit in Brussels

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin said he did not get an immediate sense from his meeting with British counterpart Boris Johnson that London wants to rewrite Northern Ireland's post-Brexit trading arrangements.

Irish national broadcaster RTE reported on Monday that the Irish government is increasingly concerned that London wants to completely rewrite the Northern Ireland section of its deal to leave the European Union.

"We were very clear and are very clear that this is an international agreement, commitments have been made and it needs to be worked and the processes that are in it need to be worked also," Martin told an online event when asked about the report.

(Reporting by Padraic Halpin; Editing by Toby Chopra)