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[28/05/2010]Minister for Foreign Affairs welcomes outcome of nuclear weapons' conference
[31/05/2010]Statement by Minister Martin regarding Israeli interception of the Gaza humanitarian aid convoy
[27/05/2010]Minister Martin announces Global Irish Economic Forum initiatives in Asia
[26/05/2010]Minister Martin Welcomes Announcement on Release of Bloody Sunday Report
[26/05/2010]Minister Martin Welcomes Passport Service Mediation
[26/05/2010]Minister Martin to Hold High-Level Political Consultations in China
[26/05/2010]Minister Martin to visit China, 23-28 May 2010
[25/05/2010]Speech by Minister Martin at Beijing Foreign Studies University, Ireland: its place in the international community
[20/05/2010]Statement by Minister of State for Overseas Development
[19/05/2010]Minister Martin meets with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba
[17/05/2010]Africa Day celebrations in Iveagh Gardens
[13/05/2010]Celebrate Africa day in Dublin's Iveagh Gardens this Sunday
[12/05/2010]Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Micheál Martin, T.D., on the crash of Afriqiyah Airlines flight 8U771
[12/05/2010]Remarks by the Minister for Foreign Affairs at the Seminar on Modern Challenges in Peace Operations
[11/05/2010]Minister for European Affairs, Dick Roche, T.D., welcomes efforts to reform and revitalise the Council of Europe and to reform procedures in the European Court of Human Rights
[06/05/2010]Minister of State for Overseas Development, Mr Peter Power, T.D., renews partnership with the Clinton Foundation to tackle HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa
[05/05/2010]Minister of State for Overseas Development, Mr Peter Power, T.D, launches Africa Day 2010 Celebrations
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