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Ambassador’s Message
Irish Ministers’ Visit to S. Korea
Minister Brendan Howlin of Public Expenditure and Reform

Dear Joseph,

As the weather begins to heat up in Korea we are all busy here at Ireland House preparing for the visits next week of Minister Richard Bruton of the Ministry of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation and Minister Brendan Howlin of Public Expenditure and Reform.

Minister Howlin is here to participate in the UN Public Service Forum where he will make a keynote speech on public sector reform in Ireland. He will also have a bilateral programme of meetings and events including addressing an economic policy seminar on ‘The Financial Crisis five years on – the Irish and EU experiences.’ The seminar takes place at the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy on Wednesday, on June 25 at 10 a.m. at KIEP, 11 Floor Conference room, 246 Yangjaedaero Seocho-gu Seoul, 137-747.

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Minister Bruton will be in Korea from June 25-27, 2014 for a programme prepared jointly by the Embassy, Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland. The focus of his visit to Seoul is to promote trade and investment between Ireland and Korea. While in Korea he will participate in a series of high level business engagements and meet with representatives of thriving Irish and Korean companies doing business together.

We are very excited to have two such senior Ministers visiting Korea. The visits will be an opportunity to advance economic and political links between our two countries; to promote Ireland as a partner for trade and investment and to highlight to key Korean audiences Ireland’s journey to economic recovery.

I hope that you all enjoy a good summer break.

We are looking forward to heading home to Ireland for a few weeks in July to catch up with family and friends.

Best regards

Aingeal O’Donoghue






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