Last update on 30/11. Faced with the coronavirus - Covid-19 crisis, the State services and the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, your embassy in particular, are fully mobilized.
The Ireland France Business Awards ceremony took place during a virtual event on Thursday 26th November. The awards, organised annually by NetworkIrlande and the France Ireland Chamber of Commerce (FICC), recognise excellence within the Franco-Irish business community and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the winning companies within their respective sectors and the development of trade and investment between Ireland and France.
On the occasion of the International Conference on School Bullying, marking the first International Day against Violence and Bullying at School including Cyberbullying on 5 November 2020, we, the French Embassy in Ireland, with the support of the Department of Education of Ireland, call for an ethical Internet that is more mindful of its responsibilities towards children and young people, education and civic life.
Interview granted by French President Emmanuel Macron to Al-Jazeera (31 October 2020
Today, on 21 October, French Ambassador-designate to Ireland H.E. Vincent Guérend was at the Lycée Français d’Irlande to pay tribute alongside students and staff to Samuel Paty, French teacher murdered for his defense of free speech
European Union – Statement by M. Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, on his arrival at the European Council (excerpts). Brussels, 15 October 2020.
You are a senior official and you want to improve your skills, develop new know-how directly linked to your missions, discuss with senior officials of public administration around the world ?
(Irish version below)
Dublin, 8 October 2020
Dear compatriots, dear Irish friends,
It is an honour to be taking up my post as French Ambassador to Ireland, succeeding Stéphane Crouzat; I pay tribute to his and (...)
Mr Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs
“GLOBSEC 2020 Bratislava Forum”, Bratislava, 8 October 2020
Translated from French
Ministers, dear friends,
Thirty years on from (...)
In order to address the economic consequences of COVID-19, on 3 September 2020 the French government set out its “France Relance” recovery plan.
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