• Very constructive meeting with Minister of Education amp Skills, Joe McHugh. Post-grad Ind. students increasing in Ireland (4500 in 2018). Discussed issues on student visa renewals, setting up of Hindi Chair University, possible incorporation of Yoga courses in regular curriculum, joined research, etc. Minister committed to working with us on these important issues.

  • V. impressive representation by foreign dignitaries to witness Kumbh Mela 2019, the largest congregation of humanity bathing in the Ganges in Prayagraj. As part of tour, foreign representaties also had meeting with PM Modi in Delhi. From Ireland Mr. John Burns was represented.

  • Good meeting with Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland, Ian Talbot. Strategized on enhancement of business and investment ties between India and Ireland, including advantages to be leveraged from Irish geostrategic positioning, post-Brexit.

  • Highly constructive interaction with DG of Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service, Michael Kirrane. Key issues, including visas for tourism, business, education, family reunion, raised. Important work in progress in Immigration Dept for streamlining and expediting processes.

  • Republic Day 2019 celebrations

  • Ambassador meeting with PM, Leo Varadkar

  • Ambassador meeting with Irish Deputy PM amp FM, Simon Coveney

  • meeting with Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Mr. Pat Breen

  • Embassy team with new Ambassador. New beginning, new drive, new creativity. Committed to advance India-Ireland relations effectively.

  • PM Narendra Modi with Taoiseach Enda Kenny during the Joint Press Statement, 23 September 2015

  • Prime Minister meeting the Indian Community in Dublin, 23 September 2015

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at Govt Building, Dublin, 23 September 2015

  • Hon PM being received by the Health Minister of Ireland, Mr Leo Varadkar on arrival in Ireland at Dublin Airporton 23 September 2015

  • Ms. Shweta Narayana from Ireland participated in Bharat ko Jaaniye Quiz and won a bronze medal in the finals held in New Delhi on 2 Oct 2016. In the picture She is receiving the Bronze Medal and Certificate from the Hon’ble External Affairs Minister of India, Ms. Sushma Swaraj.

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