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Fionnuala Quinlan
Ambassador of Ireland to Kenya and Eritrea. Ambassador designate to Sudan and Somalia. Embassy tweets from
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Fionnuala Quinlan 10h
A compelling presentation by Geraldine Byrne Nason on how 🇮🇪 will be realistic & ambitious on , speak for the vulnerable, seek to protect civilians in conflict, build inclusive peace & continue our principled, independent & consistent foreign policy
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Fionnuala Quinlan 17h
A true game-changer: today’s profiles Br Colm O’Connell, the legendary athletics coach known as the Godfather of Kenyan running. Br O’Connell coached at least 6 Olympic medalists & 25 World Champions & has done so much to build 🇮🇪 🇰🇪 ties
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jul 9
A great win for Minister for Ireland & the !
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 29
Ireland joins this statement calling on Somalia’s leaders to work to reach agreement urgently on the path to holding national elections and other pressing national priorities.
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 29
Looking forward to this timely discussion on SME’s & Covid w/ CS All welcome!
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Siddharth Chatterjee Jun 28
Bravo 👏. An important milestone in Ireland 🇮🇪. A shared unity of purpose despite historical differences, set aside for a common good. "Let us celebrate what has been accomplished, acknowledge our shared humanity and solidarity, and continue to inspire each other."
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 28
Replying to @sidchat1 @PresidentIRL
Thank you 🙏
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 27
Our new Government was appointed last night. Congratulations!
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Irish Foreign Ministry Jun 27
"Equal rights and opportunities is a fundamental condition for a fairer world" Our colleagues from around the world have come together to show their support for and the LGBTI+ community
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 26
Good news as allocates $15m funding to intervene early in Somalia & try to prevent a food crisis as the country deals w/ Covid, locusts & floods. 🇮🇪 is among top 10 donors to this fund which enables swift response.
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 25
This funding will support the Govt of Sudan to provide a lifeline to the most vulnerable citizens as the country transitions to a democratic & more hopeful future. 🇸🇩 🇮🇪
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 25
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 25
Hongera Kenya! 🇰🇪 EU Ambassadors welcome your election to in As a newly-elected member Ireland will be proud to collaborate w/ & build on our strong record of partnership. Read👇
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Irish Foreign Ministry Jun 24
Ireland, as a newly elected member of the UN Security Council will work hard to take the climate & security agenda forward At the , Tánaiste notes that “those most at risk have the least capacity to respond.” Every effort must be taken to
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 23
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 22
Ireland’s UN Security Council success is a victory for small nations everywhere. “Ireland is well placed to build on its leadership on the security council’s “women, peace and security” agenda.”
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 22
Ireland's Ambassador gets ready to take seat at UN Security Council: “This is the highest ambition you can have when you serve as Ambassador to the UN – see your country take a seat at the Security Council table.”
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 22
A very positive development.
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Amb. Ahmed Awad Jun 22
I spoke on the phone with H.E , Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland. I congratulated him on 🇮🇪’s election to the . We also discussed strengthening our bilateral relations. Ireland is a good ally and a reliable friend of 🇸🇴
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Fionnuala Quinlan Jun 20
“In this era of resurgent nationalism the values that Ireland holds dear – multilateralism, co-operation, human rights – are under threat like never before...Those values are worth defending.”
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