I propose to take Questions Nos. 15, 23 and 66 together.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is actively involved in the implementation of the British-Irish Agreement, including its North-South dimension. An inter-departmental committee on the implementation of the Agreement is chaired by a senior officer of the Department. Four departmental officials are working full-time on the North-South aspects, in close co-operation — operation with officials of the Department of the Taoiseach. Together, and in conjunction with officials from the Department of Finance and of the Office of the Attorney General, they are co-ordinating at official level preparations across the range of Government Departments.