An Amazon support member who tried to help a user on twitter was ridiculed for telling users that Northern Ireland was not part of the UK. Netizen Chris Jones tweeted to Amazon help on Saturday asking why he couldn’t watch the fall National Cup, an international rugby game being broadcast live on Amazon Prime. < / P > < p > after ruling out some possible technical problems, customer service believes they have found the problem: only prime members in the UK can watch the game. < / P > < p > however, Northern Ireland is indeed part of the United Kingdom, and the whole city of Britain is actually an abbreviation for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Students who have studied the history of the 20th century will remember that the good Friday Agreement in 1998 ended decades of political strife and violence in the region and was an important milestone in the peace process in Northern Ireland. This agreement is also the political basis for the current agreement between the Northern Ireland autonomous government, the Irish government and the British government. It contains a series of clauses between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, as well as between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom, including the recognition that Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom. < / P > < p > in the end, people from Amazon support realized the mistake and apologized for this low-level mistake. The problem of no video in Northern Ireland is expected to be solved in the near future. Global Tech