Britian's former Prime Minsiter Tony Blair speaks during the European People's Party (EPP) group bureau meeting at the Druids Glen Hotel in Wicklow, eastern Ireland on May 12, 2017. / AFP / Paul FAITH
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Former British prime minister Tony Blair said Friday that the landmark 1998 peace agreement for Northern Ireland -- which he helped to negotiate -- would have to be changed because of Brexit."Some of the language will therefore require amendment because of Brexit," he added.He said this should be achievable with a "minimum of difficulty" if there was a willingness to do so on all sides.Blair was one of the architects of the agreement, which ended three decades of bloody conflict that claimed more than 3,500 lives.
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