Barbados Removes All COVID-19 Protocols

Effective September 23rd, no more travel entry protocols; masks optional On Thursday, September 22nd, the Government of Barbados announced its changes to the travel entry protocols. Effective midnight, Thursday September 22nd, 2022, Barbados have discontinued all COVID-19 related travel protocols. Therefore, there will be no testing requirements for entering Barbados
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Minister Coveney meets with Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, welcomed his Luxembourgish counterpart, Jean Asselborn to Iveagh House today, during Minister Asselborn’s visit to Ireland to mark the opening of the new Embassy of Luxembourg in Dublin. Speaking following his meeting with Minister Asselborn, Minister Coveney said: “I am delighted to
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Fáilte Ireland’s new Employer Excellence initiative will champion best employers in tourism industry

Pictured at Fota Island Resort in Co. Cork, who have already signed up to the initiative, are: Fáilte Ireland Director of Sector Development, Jenny De Saulles (Centre), with Fota Island Resort Staff, Una O’Donovan, Spa Therapist; Rafael Resenite, Section Head Chef; Shane Meyler, Concierge. and Finola Twomey, Group Director of
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Statement from the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, on the death of Queen Elizabeth II

“I have learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with great personal sadness. Queen Elizabeth’s sad passing marks the end of an era.  She epitomised that generation of British people who endured the Second World War with both bravery and stoicism.  Her long reign, the longest in
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Minister Coveney on Ireland’s third party intervention before the European Court of Human Rights in Ukraine v Russian Federation

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, has today announced the Government’s decision to seek leave to intervene as a third party in proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights (‘‘the Court’’) entitled Ukraine v Russian Federation (X). If the Court grants leave, this will mark the first
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