Britain is concerned about the violence of Northern Ireland

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Britain’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, today, Wednesday, April 7, expressed his concern about the violence in Northern Ireland.

The British Prime Minister Johnson expressed his deep concern about northern Irish violence, according to what was published by “Reuters” agency.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply concerned about scenes of violence in Northern Ireland, after crowds of youths in the pro-British Belfast region set fire to a hijacked bus and attacked police with stones. .

Johnson said in a tweet on his Twitter account: “I am deeply concerned about the scenes of violence in Northern Ireland, especially the attacks on the Northern Ireland Police Service, which protect the public and companies, as well as the attacks on a bus driver and the assault on a journalist.”

The British Prime Minister continued by saying, “The way to resolve differences is through dialogue, not violence or criminality.”

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