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# Simon Coveney

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Government purchases two ships for naval service from New Zealand
Ireland faces increased cyber attack threat following Ukraine invasion, says Coveney
Ireland needs to have ‘fundamental rethink’ over security, says Coveney
An online portal to offer help to Ukrainian refugees in Ireland has opened
Timmy Dooley and Billy Kelleher travel to Lviv for talks with political leaders
Up to 20,000 Ukrainian refugees could come to Ireland as Taoiseach says Ireland 'must be generous'
Taoiseach says Ireland's non-lethal military support for Ukraine is 'sufficient' as EU members are sending weapons
Freezing assets of Putin and Lavrov ‘absolutely appropriate’ – Simon Coveney
Taoiseach condemns Russia's recognition of Ukraine breakaway regions
Russia is 'on brink' of invading Ukraine, US warns despite ongoing talks
Department of Foreign Affairs says 145 Irish citizens now registered with embassy in Ukraine
Coveney: Champagne-gate pic was 'careless mistake', says in hindsight he should have raised it with officials
Coveney's focus on Defence portfolio brought into question by some after Russia controversy
Coveney says Foreign Affairs gathering was 'a serious mistake that shouldn't have happened'
Defence Forces have been 'under-resourced for a long time', Coveney says
Russia says its planned naval exercises have been moved away from Irish-patrolled waters
'We are so unbelievably happy': Richard O’Halloran reunited with family after return to Ireland
Parents expecting baby via surrogate in Ukraine urged to contact Dept, Seanad told
Department issues warning over 'serious safety risks' posed by Russian missile tests
DFA secretary general gave staff go-ahead to gather 'in the thick of it' to watch UN vote
Women of Honour group slams 'pointless' review into Defence Forces sexual misconduct allegations
Ukrainian president urges calm, insisting Russian invasion not imminent
No reason to change plans for Russian missile tests 240km off Irish coast, ambassador says
Coveney set to speak with Russian ambassador over missile testing in Irish-patrolled waters
Coveney to be asked to appear before committee over department lockdown gathering
Simon Coveney orders investigation into department lockdown gathering
Coveney says he was told about lockdown-breaking champagne bash 'on night it happened'
Coveney says he wants deal on Northern Ireland Protocol by end of February
Coveney dodges questions on lockdown-breaking champagne bash at his department
Coveney and Women of Honour to meet again next month to agree terms of Defence Forces review
22 new Irish ambassadors and senior diplomats have been approved; 11 are women
Agreement on protocol before Christmas is ‘unrealistic’, Coveney says
New centre to help serving and retired Defence Forces personnel opens in Cork
Coveney defends Defence department's handling of offer to buy long-range 'heavy lift' aircraft
Irish citizens advised to leave Ethiopia 'immediately'
Documents show Ireland was offered aircraft eight months before Afghan rescue mission - despite Coveney denial
Ireland in discussions with Biden administration over UK Article 16 plans
Simon Coveney: Families to be provided with full report into Donegal care home abuse scandal
UN experts warn Burials Bill may 'create obstacles' to examining deaths at Mother & Baby Homes
Michael Collins' diaries of daily life have been loaned to the State by his family