The US President Joe Biden hosted the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar at the White House to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
The two leaders discussed the recently agreed Windsor Framework deal post-Brexit and expressed their support for it.
Biden highlighted his intent to visit both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, which helped bring an end to political violence in Northern Ireland.
The U.S. and Irish leaders also went to the U.S. Capitol for a lunch with lawmakers from both countries, and Biden expressed his desire to find "common ground" with Republicans in Washington.
The Independent reports that the Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is expected to thank Joe Biden for his administration's support on Brexit during their meeting.
Additionally, they discussed Biden's visit to Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement's 25th anniversary.
The report also notes that the Irish premier was on a series of engagements in Washington, including an address at the Irish Funds gala dinner and Georgetown University where he discussed the role of women in the Good Friday Agreement.
Meanwhile, Reuters emphasises the meeting's support for the UK-EU post-Brexit deal on trade rules, as well as Biden's intention to visit the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The report highlights that the Good Friday Agreement is critical to the visit and that Biden reaffirmed his support for it.
Sky News focuses mainly on Biden expressing his support for the Windsor Framework deal post-Brexit and hopes for its adoption by all parties.
The report also states that both leaders agreed the deal was critical in preserving and strengthening the Good Friday Agreement.
Overall, while the newspapers tend to differ in their focus and characterisations, they all emphasised the importance of the Good Friday Agreement and the Windsor Framework deal in protecting the peace process in Northern Ireland.