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Taoiseach

the prime minister of the Republic of Ireland
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The Irish prime minister also called for developing a strategy for economic cooperation between Ireland and Qatar, especially in the fields of communications, energy, water, engineering, construction, information technology and training.
Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen has brushed aside speculation that he was drunk or hungover when he went on a morning radio show following a late night with parliamentary colleagues at their annual conference.
At Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen's invitation, Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski visited the Republic of Ireland on 18 and 19 November.
Ban made his remarks on Tuesday in the Irish capital Dublin outside the Government Buildings, following talks with Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen.
He said that it was now up to Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen to decided whether he wanted to "apply the last rites" to a treaty once deemed essential by European leaders to ensure the smooth-running of the EU.
He said he had spoken to Irish prime minister Brian Cowen, who had insisted that the no vote should not be seen as a vote against the EU.
Irish prime minister Brian Cowen, who led the Yes campaign, made it clear there would be no second referendum to try to reverse the result.
Gay Rights Advocate resigns as Irish Prime Minister," announced Europe's largest gay news service, which went on to describe our Bertie as a "strong supporter of gay rights".
President Bush will host Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern at the White House on St.
The issue is set to be discussed by a cabinet sub-committee made up of, among others, the Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern and Minister for Transport Martin Cullen.
IRISH Prime Minister Bertie Ahern yesterday penned a moving tribute to those killed in the Madrid terrorist attacks.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern and transport minister Seamus Brennan were among the first to sign a book of condolences opened for the five victims of a bus-stop tragedy in the centre of Dublin.
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