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Irish diplomats tweeting the flag

Twitter is to play a more important role in the promotion of Ireland overseas.

2nd February, 2014

Twitter is to play a more important role in the promotion of Ireland overseas, with accounts on the social network being maintained by foreign diplomats from Athens to Zambia, according to the first annual report of promotional work undertaken abroad by the Department of Foreign Affairs. Twenty-four Irish embassies and consulates have established Twitter accounts, according to the report, ''using them to promote Ireland and Irish events, often through local languages, to their followers. The...

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