Ireland and Germany form social and economic partnership

Alliance led by Tánaiste and German counterpart will ‘advance interests and values that we share’

28th July, 2019
German Heiko Maas and Simon Coveney

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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