Igor Grosu has a busy agenda for the official visit to Ireland. It includes talks with the president

The President of the Parliament, PAS deputy Igor Grosu, will pay an official visit to Ireland, from February 27 to March 1 this year, at the invitation of his Irish counterpart, Seán Ó Fearghaíl, it is announced in a press release issued on Sunday.

According to the press release, Igor Grosu will have a meeting with the President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Irish Parliament, Seán Ó Fearghaíl, and with the President of the Senate, Jerry Buttimer. The agenda also includes discussions with parliamentarians from the Foreign Affairs and Defense committees and with deputies from the Friendship Group with our country.

As part of his visit, the Irish Parliament will host an exhibition of Moldovan folk costumes.


In Dublin, the Moldovan politician will be received by the president of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins. At the same time, at the Government, the head of the legislature will have meetings with the Minister of State for European Affairs, Peter Burke, and with the Minister of Public Expenditures, Development of the National Development Plan and Reforms, Paschal Donohoe, who is also President of the Eurogroup, an informal body that brings together ministers from the member states of the euro area.

Traditionally, the President of the Parliament will meet with the community of Moldovans who live, work or study in Ireland, as well as with businessmen originating from the Republic of Moldova, established in Ireland.

He will be accompanied on his visit to Dublin by a parliamentary delegation made up of deputies members of the Friendship Group with Ireland: Radu Marian, Ion Șpac, Victor Spînu, and Veaceslav Nigai – the first three deputies of PAS, the last one from the Bloc of Communists and Socialists.

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