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INTERVIEW | Students, Tourists Will Help Boost India-Ireland ties, says Brendan Ward

Irish Ambassador to India Brendan Ward told The New Indian Express in an interview that people-to-people links raise the familiarity of each country with the other and drive trade in goods, services, and investment. Excerpts:

India and Ireland relations are on the rise with booming trade ties and also people-to-people connections. How can they take their ties forward, especially in the post-pandemic era?

Ireland greatly values the growing Indian community in our country, which now numbers over 40,000. I am proud that the Irish government ensured Indian students in Ireland received good support during the pandemic, and Irish visitors to India were helped very well by the Indian government too. The trust and respect…

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