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1. Security Council tenure 2021/22 Ireland began its two-year term on the UN Security Council on 1 January 2021, having been elected by the UN General Assembly in June 2020. This will be Ireland’s fourth term on

Government agrees initiatives to further enhance Ireland’s global influence Press release 27 July 2021 Today the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, presented a range of initiatives to add to the Government’s Global Ireland programme. The

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Ireland Canada Chambers of Commerce  - Embassy of Ireland  - Quarterly Update – January 2021   COVID-19 Response   The Irish government’s actions in response to the pandemic have been guided by public health experts, with consideration

A Message from Minister of State Colm Brophy T.D. A chairde, Welcome to this latest edition of the Global Irish Newsletter. I hope this message finds you safe and well. In the Government's newest Diaspora Strategy, which was launched

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Embassy of Ireland Newsletter - Edition 2

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  CETA: OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS FOR EUROPEAN UNION COMPANIES When we think of CETA we often think of elimination or reduction of barriers in the trade of goods and services (tariff and non-tariff), or investment opportunities. But

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Newsletter - May 2020 EDITO Dear Members and associates, COVID-19 has impacted the world and its economies. But a positive sign is the raise of e-commerce. Indeed, in the past three months, some companies have faced exponential

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