Simon Coveney
age: 47 years
European People's Party
Ireland
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland
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Party: EPP
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Gender: M
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Irish stranded in Peru to be brought home on charter flight

Sunday, March 22, 2020 04:32:00 PM

The Government has announced a flight to bring home more than 100 Irish people stranded in Tánaiste Simon Coveney said an agreement has been reached between and to charter a flight. “Between British Airways and Aer Lingus, we now have an agreement to charter a BA plane, to send it to Lima,” he told RTÉ’s This Week.
#Brexit – ‘Respecting legal obligations is very important for establishing trust between partners in a negotiation’

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 08:41:00 PM

Irish Tanaiste Simon Coveney and EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier. The Sunday Times (23 February) reported that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘Brexit Team’ have been ordered to draw up plans to “get around” the Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland in the Withdrawal Agreement, so that the “UK can play hardball with Brussels on trade.
Cabinet told Brexit will have adverse impact on citizens and businesses

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 12:13:00 AM

All Brexit scenarios bring a range of changes and adverse impacts to citizens and business, the Cabinet has been told. Ahead of this week's key summit of EU leaders, ministers were warned that no set of arrangements being explored by the European Union will be able to replicate the status quo by Tanaiste Simon Coveney.
Cabinet told Brexit will have adverse impact on citizens and businesses

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 11:50:00 PM

All Brexit scenarios bring a range of changes and adverse impacts to citizens and business, the Cabinet has been told. Ahead of this week's key summit of EU leaders, ministers were warned that no set of arrangements being explored by the European Union will be able to replicate the status quo by Tanaiste Simon Coveney.
'We're not trying to scare people': Coveney says Brexit not coming up on the doorsteps, but that might change

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 07:53:00 PM

TÁNAISTE SIMON COVENEY has said he is not trying to scare people with his Brexit warnings during the election campaign. Today, at the final ministerial Cabinet meeting of this government, Coveney briefed his colleagues ahead of Friday’s Brexit deadline. Speaking to reporters, he said: “The truth is that Brexit has not been central to the campaign.
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