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Posted August 03, 2018 08:23:49 Irish tourism is booming.

But it’s not as big as we’d like.

We’re not sure how the world will react when it gets back to normal after Brexit, says tourism minister Michael Creedon.

Irish tourism is thriving.

But its not as large as we want.

Were not sure what the world would react when we return to normal, he said in Dublin on Tuesday.

The Minister of Tourism and Culture said there’s a long-term need for investment in the country’s tourism sector.

But there is also a need for the Irish economy to grow to match the global economy, he added.

Tourism Minister Michael Creedons comments on the Brexit talks in Brussels, Belgium, July 29, 2018.

The world has a responsibility to make sure we do not lose our jobs and our investment and it has to be the responsibility of governments to make the right decisions about the future of their country, he argued.

Europeans, in turn, must take care of themselves and their citizens.

That is what they do best.

As the world’s fourth-largest economy, we can no longer continue to be treated like the poorest countries in the world, he asserted.

We must be the next generation of leaders, he went on.

We must take the risks.

We are on the front lines of the world.

We have to make choices and be ready to make sacrifices.

It is not good enough for us to go to a destination, have an experience, go and see a friend, Creedon added.

We also need to be prepared for what the consequences might be.

Ireland will have to be vigilant in the years ahead.

We will need to prepare ourselves for the possibility that we will not be able to return to the same place, Creedons prediction was clear.

There will be some things that will not change.

There will be new rules and regulations, and we will have a lot of new problems, he warned.

We cannot afford to be complacent, he continued.

A big part of the problem is that we have not been able to adapt to the new rules of the game, Creedans comments came at the end of a week in which European governments were struggling to make sense of the Brexit negotiations.

They were also grappling with how they would manage a new wave of immigrants coming to the bloc.