The party says there was a draft agreement with the unionists, which included an Irish Language Act.
"Micheal Martin has trotted out the same exhausted two problem party line while also blaming both governments", Mr Doherty said.
Mrs Foster blamed a dispute over Irish language legislation for Wednesday's breakdown in negotiations, with Sinn Fein wanting standalone laws to protect speakers.
"She reiterated how the Government remains absolutely committed to restoring an Executive and that it is still her firm belief that restoring devolved Government - so that democratically elected politicians can make locally accountable decisions - is in the best interests of everyone in Northern Ireland".
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The UN military observers should take action and control the barbaric activities of Indian forces along the LoC, he said. Devraj Anbu added that the Pakistan Army had played a key role in planning terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.
Definite details have not been published and both parties are facing mounting calls to show their hands to the public.
Rather than hold her nerve and sell this opportunity to get back into government - no mean achievement given Sinn Féin's year-long reluctance to do so - the DUP leader buckled under pressure, plunging all of us into the political unknown.
Northern Ireland has been without a power-sharing government since the collapse of the Stormont Executive in January 2017, amid a scandal over a botched renewable heat scheme.
Ms Foster called the PM's trip a "distraction", with DUP chief negotiator Simon Hamilton doubling down on the snub, saying: "I don't think it was entirely helpful towards us reaching a sensible conclusion".
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He told BBC Radio Ulster: "How irresponsible would it be for any political party to allow talks to continue with those unresolved issues, that we all knew were there, that we all knew had to be closed, how irresponsible would it have been to continue that into next week in the knowledge that a budget that to be passed".
She added "challenging decisions" will now need to be taken in London. The Irish language is a divisive issue in Northern Ireland.
The letter continued: "The refusal of the DUP to meet with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar as he attempted to aid in negotiations is an arrogant repudiation of the Republic of Ireland as co-signer and partner in the Good Friday Agreement". They want that to be actioned through the British Irish Intergovernmental Conference - a peace process structure aimed at fostering cross-border co-operation between the governments.
"But it has to be in a form that is seen to be fair to the different culture and traditions in Northern Ireland".
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He said he understood an accommodation on the key disputes was close and the parties were just hammering out how the deal would be presented. Sinn Féin insists that direct rule from London is "not an option", although in effect there is little London can do without a negotiated power-sharing arrangement in Northern Ireland.