Ireland and Germany form social and economic partnership
Alliance led by Tánaiste and German counterpart will ‘advance interests and values that we share’
The Irish and German governments have formed a new alliance that will see the two countries collaborate across a range of economic and social issues, including financial stability.
Tánaiste Simon Coveney and his German counterpart Heiko Maas agreed a joint action plan for enhanced cooperation in November last year with initial meetings having taken place since.
The plan, which followed an earlier review of relations between the countries, earmarks a wide array of...
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