Cyprus–Ireland relations

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Cyprus-Ireland relations
Map indicating locations of Cyprus and Ireland

Cyprus

Ireland

Cyprus – Ireland relations are the relations between the Cyprus and Ireland. Cyprus has an embassy in the Dubin while Ireland maintains an embassy in Nicosia. Both countries are members of the United Nations and the European Union.[1]

Military relations[edit]

Irish military personnel were sent to Cyprus as part of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus.

State visit of Cyprus President to Dublin[edit]

The then President of Cyprus Tassos Papadopoulos led a visit of Cypriot politicians and diplomats to Dublin in 2005 to further enhance relations between Ireland and Cyprus.[2] As part of the Cypriot President's visit to Ireland he officially opened the permanent Cyprus antiques section in the National Museum of Ireland.

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