5 April 2023

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Galway to host national forum to discuss Irish foreign policy and neutrality

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Galway to host national forum to discuss Irish foreign policy and neutrality

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway will host a public national forum this summer, to discuss the future of Ireland’s foreign policy and neutrality.

It’ll be one of three locations, alongside Dublin and Cork, to host the four-day event in June.

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Tánaiste and Defence Minister Micheal Martin indicated there should be a debate on Ireland’s long-standing neutrality.

Security analyst Declan Power says a discussion on Ireland’s future in this area is long overdue.

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