In an address to the Joint Houses of the Oireachtas today, President von der Leyen said: "Ireland shows Europe’s best face. Innovative and inclusive. Loyal to your history and traditions. Open to the future and the world."
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen will pay an official visit to Ireland on Thursday, 1 December.
The European Commission proposed today new EU-wide rules on packaging, to tackle this constantly growing source of waste and of consumer frustration.
The European Commission has presented different options to Member States to make sure that Russia is held accountable for the atrocities and crimes committed during the war in Ukraine.
Calling all young translators – the 2023 all-island ‘Aistritheoirí Óga’ (Young Translators) competition is now open.
State aid: Commission approves €1.22 billion Irish scheme to support companies in context of Russia's war against Ukraine
The European Commission has approved a €1.22 billion Irish scheme to support companies across sectors in the context of Russia's war against Ukraine.
Three Irish environmental projects in Tipperary, Sligo and Limerick were awarded over €5 million in the latest round of project funding announced today by the European Commission under the EU's LIFE Programme for the environment and climate action.
Ireland can reduce emissions and fuel imports through wind energy, Sligo Energy and Environment event told
Ireland can reduce emissions and fuel imports through wind energy, participants at the European Commission Representation in Ireland’s Roadshow on Energy and the Environment in Sligo heard last night.
The European Commission has proposed a Market Correction Mechanism to protect EU businesses and households from episodes of excessively high gas prices in the EU.
The European Commission has published its Autumn 2022 Post-Programme Surveillance Report for Ireland. This report presents the findings of the 17th post-programme surveillance mission to Ireland and identifies remaining challenges.