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# Foreign Affairs

18th July 2024
Tánaiste meeting political leaders and aid bosses on two day trip to Ethiopia
This year
Government needs to show benefit of allowing Israeli Ambassador to stay, says Social Democrats
Interview: Matt Carthy says a united Ireland will happen 'quicker than people think'
Last year
Brendan Howlin: The rise of the far-right across Europe risks destroying the European Project
Israeli President says Ireland needs to 'admit the truth' about conflict in Gaza
Surgeon: Every week my hospital deals with people suffering consequences of foreign surgeries
Tánaiste says he was 'shocked' by negative reactions to his visit to Israel
United Nations humanitarian official: Situation in Gaza 'worst we've ever seen'
The report from the Consultative Forum on Neutrality has been published - here's what it says
Ireland is increasing its foreign aid budget by €60 million to €776.5m
'It matters to me personally': Micheál Martin sought to make hope and history rhyme in Israel
Micheál Martin heads to Israel and Palestine to discuss politics and human rights in the region
DFA 'carefully monitoring' situation in Niger as European partners launch rescue mission
'No need' for Coveney to correct Dáil record on RAF deal but Tánaiste giving issue 'ongoing reflection'
All time
Russia refused to engage with Irish diplomats on declaration to stop bombing of civilian areas
Russia bans Taoiseach, Tánaiste and 50 other Irish representatives from entering the country
Coveney summons Iranian ambassador over events in Ukraine and Iran
Conflict, climate change and pandemic led to boost in Irish foreign aid
Tuxedo rental and novelty socks: The €175k cost of the Govt's St Patrick's Day trips this year
Irish embassy reopens in Kyiv after working remotely for six months of war
Breakfasts, photos & cancelled hotels: how Government spent almost €500k on travel in two years
Irish diplomats work to broker nuclear weapons deal in high-level New York talks
Coveney tells committee that new Defence Forces funding will be 'about people'
Supreme Court to hear appeal in case brought by fathers seeking Irish passport for their son
Ukraine nuclear plant: Russia denies shelling to Security Council; Coveney warns of 'new red flag'
Taoiseach says Ireland's non-lethal military support for Ukraine is 'sufficient' as EU members are sending weapons
Richard O'Halloran says he felt abandoned by the Irish government while he was stuck in China
Coveney says Foreign Affairs gathering was 'a serious mistake that shouldn't have happened'
DFA secretary general gave staff go-ahead to gather 'in the thick of it' to watch UN vote
Simon Coveney orders investigation into department lockdown gathering
Coveney dodges questions on lockdown-breaking champagne bash at his department
Simon Coveney to raise settlement and evictions during Israel-Palestine trip
Irish evacuation mission from Kabul Airport ends with rescue of 36 people
Nations warn of terror threat at Kabul airport
Army Rangers being sent to Kabul to help with evacuation of Irish citizens
Coveney to open new Irish embassy on trip to Ukraine
Taliban escorted Meath woman to Kabul airport as 36 Irish citizens remain in Afghanistan
Dept Foreign Affairs 'gravely concerned' over Taliban's offensive in Afghanistan
Coveney visits Irish troops serving with United Nations in Lebanon
Brexit trade talks deadline arrives as key issues still remain