Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney takes section in a General Affairs Council on Article 50, in Brussels, Belgium March 19, 2019 REUTERS/Yves Herman

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland plans to enhance a British query for a transient extra delay to its European Union exit at a Brussels summit subsequent week, and it’s terribly unlikely Britain will atomize out with out a deal on April 12, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney mentioned on Wednesday.

“They’d maybe peep for a transient extension subsequent week, and I specialize in Ireland will improve that,” Coveney told Irish tell broadcaster RTE.

“It is terribly unlikely that there’ll likely be any atomize out at the raze of subsequent week with the high minister buying for an extension with a thought to disappear with that,” he mentioned.

Reporting by Conor Humphries; Making improvements to by Hugh Lawson