Ireland–Zambia relations

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Ireland–Zambia relations
Map indicating locations of Ireland and Zambia



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).

Irish aid[edit]

In 2006, the Irish government gave about USD3 million in aid to fight HIV/AIDS and support orphaned children.[1]

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