27/02/2015

First Minister's Visit Described As 'Historic'

Sinn Féin has described a visit to the Kennedy Centre on the Falls Road by First Minister Peter Robinson as "historic".

It is the first time Mr Robinson has ever visited the centre, where is speaking at a business breakfast. He is joined at the breakfast by trade minister Arlene Foster.

Organiser of the event, businessman Gerry Carlisle, said: "I'm a big believer in the fact that we need to create as many jobs as possible and we need to continually advance the economy in this place.
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"If we can advance the economy and create jobs, then we can also advance the peace and make sure that the standards of people's lives are better than what they have been in the past and what they currently are."

(MH/JP)

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