Taoiseach and Fianna Fail leader Bertie Ahern (right) and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, at Castle Buildings, Belfast on Friday, April 10, 1998
This day 21 years ago – 10 April 1998 – the Good Friday Agreement was signed by the British and Irish governments.
Described as a “truly historic opportunity,” it pledged “close co-operation between their countries as friendly neighbours and as partners in the European Union.” pic.twitter.com/abkMfRytwN
— This Day in Irish History (@ThisDayIrish) April 10, 2019
Thanks Spaghetti Hoop