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Irish-German Diplomacy celebrates 90 years with a series of events at The University of Limerick.
To honour 90 years of diplomatic relations between Ireland and Germany, The University of Limerick is hosting a number of Irish- German events.
TD Simon Coveney said “Germany today is of vital importance to Ireland. One of our biggest trading partners, inward investment, investors and sources of tourism. And politically we have never been closer as we together protect and advance the interests of the European Union.
Reflecting on the relationship between Ireland and Germany stretching back to Irish Independence and The Celts, Coveney referred to the two as “partners and friends”.
Taking from this, The Centre for Irish- German Studies at The University of Limerick wishes to build on the considerable work they have completed so far for the benefit of students and those interested alike.
The discussions from The Irish Embassy, Berlin will continue at The Glucksman Library, UL this coming November.
Early registration is recommended for this and can be done here.
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