Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD, commenting on reports of a conversation between the Taoiseach Enda Kenny and British Prime Minister David Cameron on the situation in the north, said:
“It is good that the Taoiseach Enda Kenny and British Prime Minister David Cameron have discussed the current difficulties in the political process in the north.
“For our part, Sinn Féin will do our best to give positive and calm leadership during the Orange marching season both in neighbourhoods affected by contentious orange parades and also in our willingness to resolve difficulties.
“For their part, the two governments need to be champions for the Good Friday and other Agreements. They need to form an axis for progress to thwart those who are trying to subvert peace.
“The governments can best do this at this time by honouring and implementing their outstanding commitments.”