Government will engage with Omagh families and Haas talks – Gilmore

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eamon-gilmoreThe government says it is willing to meet with the victims of the Omagh bombing.
This morning the British government said it would not be holding a public inquiry into the bombing which killed 29 people.
London said there had already been a series of inquiries and criminal investigations into the bombing in August 1998.
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore says the government is also willing to participate in a forthcoming series of talks to overcome lasting divisions in Northern Ireland.
“We’re certainly willing to listen and talk with victims, and of course we also have to bear in mind that their is a process which will be chaired by Richard Haass which is about to get underway to address issues of the past” he said.
“We will be very much engaged with that” he added.


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