Brexit among main issues at ambassadors' conference
Irish diplomats will also discuss trade, passport reform and Rugby World Cup bid
Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Charlie Flanagan is today hosting a conference for Irish ambassadors and consuls general from more than 80 locations across the world in Dublin Castle.
“I will be charging our diplomats with the task of reinforcing the message globally that Ireland is committed to the European Union, to strengthening and deepening our relationships with Great Britain, and to maintaining Ireland as a superb place to do business," he said.
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