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Statement by the Department of Foreign Affairs on the One-Year Anniversary of the Coup in Myanmar

01 February 2022

Statement by the Department of Foreign Affairs on the One-Year Anniversary of the Coup in Myanmar

Ireland’s Embassies and Consulates celebrate 100 years of Ulysses

02 February 2022

Ireland’s Embassies and Consulates celebrate 100 years of Ulysses

Joint statement on the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Finland and Ireland

04 February 2022

This year, Ireland and Finland celebrate 60 years since diplomatic relations were established in 1962.

Minister of State for European Affairs visiting the Czech Republic

08 February 2022

Minister of State for European Affairs visiting the Czech Republic

Minister of State for European Affairs visiting the Czech Republic

08 February 2022

Minister of State for European Affairs visiting the Czech Republic

€100,000 available to community and voluntary organizations to promote dialogue

08 February 2022

The Minister of State for European Affairs, Mr Thomas Byrne, TD, has today invited voluntary organisations, educational bodies and civil society groups to apply for funding under the Department of Foreign Affairs’ Communicating Europe Initiative.

Government announces major 2022 St Patrick’s Day Programme to Rebuild Connections

08 February 2022

Government announces major 2022 St Patrick’s Day Programme to Rebuild Connections and Support Communities around the world

New Ambassadors present Credentials

10 February 2022

New Ambassadors present Credentials

Statement on the current political and security situation in Ukraine

11 February 2022

The Department of Foreign Affairs is in ongoing contact at senior level with EU partners, as well as the UK and the US, regarding the political and security situation in Ukraine.

Department of Foreign Affairs statement on Ukraine travel advice

12 February 2022

Following intensive consultations overnight and this morning with EU partners in Kyiv and Brussels, and with other partners, the Department of Foreign Affairs has upgraded travel advice for Ukraine. We advise against all travel to Ukraine and ask citizens currently in Ukraine to leave immediately by commercial means. The updated travel advice is at dfa.ie/travel.

Department of Foreign Affairs update on Ukraine

14 February 2022

On Saturday (12 February) the Department of Foreign Affairs upgraded its travel advice to advise against all travel to Ukraine and to ask citizens currently in Ukraine to leave immediately by commercial means.

Visit of Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence Simon Coveney to Iran

14 February 2022

Visit of Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence Simon Coveney to Iran

Department of Foreign Affairs update on the situation in Ukraine

15 February 2022

Having upgraded its travel advice in respect of Ukraine on 12 February, the Department of Foreign Affairs continues to monitor the situation closely.

Minister Byrne welcomes Court of Justice decision upholding Budget Conditionality Regulation

16 February 2022

This morning, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued its judgment in Cases C-156/21 and C-157/21 upholding the legality of Regulation on a General Regime of Conditionality for the Protection of the Union Budget.

New Ambassadors from Iceland, Angola and Sri Lanka present Credentials

16 February 2022

His Excellency, Mr. Sturla Sigurjónsson, Ambassador of Iceland, His Excellency, General Geraldo Sachipengo Nunda, Ambassador of the Republic of Angola and Her Excellency, Mrs. Saroja Sirisena, Ambassador of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka presented their Letters of Credence to President Michael D. Higgins at Áras an Uachtaráin today.

Department of Foreign Affairs update on the situation in Ukraine

17 February 2022

Department of Foreign Affairs update on the situation in Ukraine

Minister for Overseas Development Aid and Diaspora visits South Africa

21 February 2022

Minister for Overseas Development Aid and Diaspora, Colm Brophy T.D., today begins a visit to South Africa.

Minister Coveney to attend Munich Security Conference

18 February 2022

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence, Simon Coveney, will travel this weekend to Germany to attend the Munich Security Conference.

Minister for the Diaspora welcomes lifting of most Covid-19 travel restrictions for Australia

21 February 2022

Minister for the Diaspora welcomes lifting of most Covid-19 pandemic travel restrictions for Australia

Minister Coveney to attend Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels

21 February 2022

On 21 February, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence, Simon Coveney T.D. will attend a meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels, along with his European counterparts.

Statement by Minister Simon Coveney on the decision of the Russian Federation

21 February 2022

Statement by Minister Simon Coveney on the decision of the Russian Federation to recognise the separatist territories in Ukraine

Minister Coveney launches Government’s Strategy for Latin America and the Caribbean

22 February 2022

Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney T.D., launched the Government’s Strategy for Latin America and the Caribbean to 2025 in a virtual event broadcast from Iveagh House on Tuesday 22 February.

DFA update on consular situation in Ukraine

24 February 2022

DFA update on consular situation in Ukraine

EU Adopts Sanctions Against Russia

24 February 2022

EU Adopts Sanctions Against Russia

Statement from Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney following today’s Foreign Affairs Council

25 February 2022

Today the EU adopted a strong sanctions package which will have a long lasting effect on the Russian economy including on the oligarchs and individuals who have supported the invasion of Ukraine.

Minister of State for European Affairs visits London

27 February 2022

On 27 February 2022, Minister of State for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne, T.D., will undertake a three day visit to London for a series of engagements, which will include participation in the 61st British Irish Parliamentary Assembly Plenary.

Statement by Minister Coveney in response to Russia’s order placing nuclear weapons on high-alert

28 February 2022

Statement by Minister Coveney in response to Russia’s order placing nuclear weapons on high-alert status

Minister Byrne welcomes conclusion of European Citizens Panels

28 February 2022

The Minister of State for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne, T.D., has congratulated the members of the European Citizens’ Panels who concluded their work over the weekend as part of the Conference on the Future of Europe.