Based in Brussels, the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the European Union brings together under one roof civil servants from nearly every Irish Government Department, making it the State’s largest diplomatic mission abroad.
The EU system of Councils is comprised of the European Council, where national leaders meet, and the ten Councils of Ministers which meet to discuss specific sectors.
On 23 June, the UK electorate went to the polls and voted to leave the European Union. Ireland has a unique perspective and interest in the outcome of this decision: as the UK’s closest neighbour, sharing a land border; as partners in transforming British-Irish relations in recent years; and as facilitators and co-guarantors of successive agreements aimed at securing peace and prosperity in Northern Ireland.
The Permanent Representation of Ireland
Rue Froissart 50
Telephone: 00 32 2 28 23 200
Fax: 00 32 2 23 03 203