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Ireland–Zambia relations are foreign relations between Ireland and Zambia. Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1965. Ireland has an embassy in Lusaka. Zambia is represented in Ireland through the Zambian High Commission in London (United Kingdom).
- "Ireland gives Zambia some 3 mln U.S. dollars against AIDS". People's Daily. August 30, 2006.
- "Project Zambia brings reality of Third World poverty home". The Irish News. November 7, 2005.
- "Ireland to Spend K16bn On HIV/Aids Programmes in Zambia". Times of Zambia. September 7, 2004.
- "Ireland Donates Zambia 5.28 million US Dollars Over Water Facilities". Xinhua News Agency. March 15, 2001.
- "Ireland Invests 16m Euros in Zambian Economy". Times of Zambia. March 20, 2004.
- Malido, Webster (July 12, 2002). "Irish Government to Undertake Strategic: Planning Mission for Zambia". The Post.
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