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Visit to Japan by Taoiseach (Prime Minister of Ireland) Mr Micheál Martin 19-21 July

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The Taoiseach will visit Japan and Singapore from 19-21 July.

The key objectives of the visit will be to reinforce the bilateral relationship and to signal Ireland’s deep commitment to both countries and growing relationship with the Asia Pacific region.

In Tokyo, the Taoiseach will meet with members of the Irish diaspora, political representatives and the international business community. The Taoiseach will also meet with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida to discuss the long and well-established political and economic relationship between Ireland and Japan and to explore opportunities to bring relations and exchanges to a new, higher level.

He will also express sincere condolences to the Prime Minister and the people of Japan on the murder of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which has shocked the world.

The Taoiseach will visit the site of the new Ireland House in Tokyo which is due for completion in 2024, under the Government’s Global Ireland Strategy.

This is the first visit to Japan by an Irish Taoiseach since 2013.




アイルランド首相ミホール・マーティン来日 7月19日~21日







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