16 November 2017: Visit by Minister Donohoe to Washington DC and NYC
From 13 - 16 November, the Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure, and Reform Paschal Donohoe TD travelled to Washington, DC and New York City to discuss tax, trade, and the importance of the Irish-US relationship.
4 November 2017: Trade mission by the Taoiseach to the U.S. West Coast
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar visited the US West Coast on a trade mission from 1-3 November 2017. The primary focus of the visit was on growing trade, investment and tourism opportunities between Ireland and the US, and on highlighting Ireland's priorities in the context of Brexit and other international developments. The programme included a series of meetings with client companies and representatives of the IDA, Enterprise Ireland and Tourism Ireland in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Seattle.
04 October 2017: Remarks by Minister Coveney on Brexit at CSIS, Washington DC
03 October 2017: Official visit by Minister Coveney to Washington DC 3-4 October 2017
13 July 2017: Launch of Ireland Week, Los Angeles, October 2017
09 May 2017: Austin CG Newsletter - May 2017
08 May 2017: Senior Attaché Vacancy, Consulate General of Ireland – Austin, Texas (This competition has now closed)
The Consulate is seeking a dynamic and highly-motivated officer for the position of Senior Attaché to work on a team that represents and promotes Ireland across Texas.
07 April 2017: Global Irish Summer Camp
17 March 2017: Infographic to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the USA
08 March 2017: Travel advice for US citizens planning on travelling to Ireland
Last Thursday, the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for the reintroduction of visa requirements for American citizens travelling to Europe. This resolution is nonbinding and, as of now, there has been no official change in visa requirements for US citizens travelling to Ireland.
03 March 2017: Austin CG Newsletter - March 2017
16 February 2017: 1916 to 2016: Reflections
Address by Ambassador Anderson at Glucksman Ireland House, NYU.
15 February 2017: Minister Flanagan encourages young people to apply for J1 placements
The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr Charles Flanagan, TD, has welcomed the decision by the US authorities, as conveyed by the US State Department to the Embassy of Ireland in Washington, DC, to make available an additional 2,600 J1 placements for Irish participants in the J1 programme in 2017.
02 February 2017: Visit by Minister Flanagan to Washington DC 31 Jan - 2 Feb 2017
The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr. Charles Flanagan TD was in Washington for a three day visit to undertake a number of business engagements, as well as a number of meetings with Congressional leaders.
Remarks by Minister Heather Humphreys at the launch of Creative Ireland in the US, the five year arts & culture initiative and Culture Ireland's US programme for the year ahead