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Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Beef Exports (18 Jan 2018)

Michael Creed: ...530 1,322 6,693 1,212 Malta 6,780 933 7,066 944 Vietnam 4,042 1,741 3,288 1,116 Luxembourg 3,705 275 3,530 262 Senegal 2,693 3,379 2,222 2,747 Ivory Coast 2,661 4,278 4,149 6,097 Austria 2,561 660 1,801 448 Finland 2,412 444 2,359 371 Israel 2,219 353 2,143 372 Slovakia 2,101 432 574 94 Hungary 1,691 634 1,016 422 Canada 1,687 450 2,481 552 South Africa 1,591 1,792 2,390 1,946...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Exports Data (18 Jan 2018)

Michael Creed: ...52,560 14,539 Senegal 46,634 25,927 United Arab Emirates 42,370 15,844 Algeria 42,073 16,499 Vietnam 40,780 4,932 Malaysia 39,475 13,807 Italy 37,445 12,282 Egypt 37,289 14,776 Iraq 36,073 16,040 Israel 27,393 3,337 Kuwait 24,551 3,461 Mali 23,783 14,116 Turkey 22,770 6,122 Jordan 20,721 4,026 Canada 20,685 4,267 Indonesia 20,642 10,908 Taiwan 19,602 1,671 South Africa...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Trade Data (18 Jan 2018)

Michael Creed: ...,267 Ivory Coast 13,111 5,260 14,455 5,632 Romania 12,295 59,709 6,238 21,794 Belize 12,271 23,189 13,249 24,730 Cameroon 12,248 11,530 12,408 65,607 Lithuania 10,523 26,124 9,365 16,367 Slovakia 10,412 5,924 3,392 4,500 Dominican Republic 9,282 9,027 7,626 7,328 Israel 9,258 11,833 5,996 6,886 Iceland 9,199 45,331 9,762 48,822 Morocco 9,106 8,272 7,341 7,100 Czech Republic...

European Council: Statements (16 Jan 2018) See 6 other results from this debate

Helen McEntee: ...but it was agreed to come back to this issue with an ambition to be able to take some decisions by June. The leaders also discussed President Trump's decision to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and agreed to restate the EU's common position, with which the Taoiseach agreed, that EU embassies will remain in Tel Aviv. The European Council also expressed its opposition to...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Human Rights Cases (16 Jan 2018)

Simon Coveney: I propose to take Questions Nos. 141, 142 and 162 together. The overall human rights situation in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including the treatment of children in detention, remains a matter of concern. Ireland has repeatedly drawn attention to concerns regarding the treatment of Palestinian prisoners. We have paid particular attention over recent years to issues...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Ministerial Travel (16 Jan 2018)

Simon Coveney: ...and regional conflicts including Syria and Yemen. Finally, I met with the President of Egypt’s National Council for Women, and with leaders in the business community. In my second trip to Israel and Palestine as Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, I met with key representatives of the Government of Israel and the Palestinian Authority, as well as leaders of other Israeli...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Human Rights (16 Jan 2018) See 1 other result from this answer

Seán Crowe: 164. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if his attention has been drawn to the fact that 20 human rights advocacy groups are now on an official Israeli state blacklist and that an organisation (details supplied) has been included on this list; his views on the creation of this list and Israel’s decision to block human rights activists from travelling to Israel and...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: European Council Meetings (14 Dec 2017)

Simon Coveney: ...for January. Prime Minister Netanyahu expressed himself in particular on regional security issues in the Middle East, and on the opportunities to improve relations and trade between the EU and Israel. In the light of the announcement by the United States on Jerusalem, which took place after the meeting had been scheduled, he also restated Israel’s longstanding position on...

European Council Meeting: Statements (13 Dec 2017) See 3 other results from this debate

Helen McEntee: ...the Palestinian situation, there is complete unity among member states that the EU will not emulate the unilateral recognition by the United States President, Mr. Donald Trump, of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The only solution to the conflict is a two-state solution with Jerusalem as the shared capital. Ireland's position in this regard has not changed and is aligned with that of...

Other Questions: Middle East Peace Process (13 Dec 2017) See 11 other results from this debate

Seán Crowe: ...wants to see consensus at European level but the difficulty in that regard is the guilt in Europe regarding the Second World War. Consensus can be reached in Europe on favourable trade status for Israel but not on actions being taken against Israel because of the aforementioned war guilt. We need to show leadership here. There is no point in the Minister saying that the settlements are...

Other Questions: Syrian Conflict (13 Dec 2017)

Mick Wallace: The western powers, with the prompting of Saudi Arabia and Israel, wanted regime change and interference has made the situation in Syria 100 times worse than it would have been without external interference. The centre for Syrian studies at the University of St. Andrews has stated that the reduction in living standards and aid dependency as a result of the sanctions is empowering the regime...

Ceisteanna - Questions - Priority Questions: Middle East Peace Process (13 Dec 2017) See 4 other results from this debate

Paul Murphy: 28. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade his views on the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel by the United States of America and the relocation of its embassy; his further views on the removal of the invitation to President Trump; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [53199/17]

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Middle East Issues (13 Dec 2017)

Seán Crowe: 37. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade his views on the declaration by President the United States of America that Jerusalem is the capital of the state of Israel; his views on whether Israel’s occupation of east Jerusalem violates numerous international laws; his further views on whether this declaration is reckless and dangerous; and the timeframe for the government to...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Arms Trade (13 Dec 2017) See 1 other result from this answer

Gino Kenny: 45. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade his views on the petition signed by more than 22,000 persons highlighting the arms trade with the state of Israel presented to An Taoiseach by members of an organisation (details supplied) on 4 October 2017. [51490/17]

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Middle East Peace Process (13 Dec 2017)

Simon Coveney: ...the problems that surround them. Conversely, reconciliation could be an essential step in allowing Palestinians to speak with one voice and to negotiate and to deliver on a peace agreement with Israel which would end the occupation. It could also be crucial to the task, with which we are familiar in relation to our own peace process, of helping bring former militants to support political...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Middle East Issues (13 Dec 2017) See 3 other results from this answer

Richard Boyd Barrett: ...Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the conversations he has had with President Trump or the US Administration since the President's decision to officially recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [53229/17]

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Passport Applications Data (13 Dec 2017)

Simon Coveney: ... 2 GERMANY 464 GHANA 1 GIBRALTAR 7 GREECE 26 GUERNSEY 13 HONDURAS 1 HONG KONG SAR 58 HUNGARY 17 ICELAND 2 INDIA 20 INDONESIA 7 IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF 1 ISLE OF MAN 36 ISRAEL 35 ITALY 139 JAPAN 58 JORDAN 5 KENYA 9 KOSOVO 1 KUWAIT 4 LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 2 LATVIA 3 LEBANON 3 LIBYA 2 LUXEMBOURG 71 MACAU SAR 3 MALAWI 2...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Middle East Peace Process (13 Dec 2017)

Simon Coveney: ...their work and to underline to them the key parameters for an agreement which the EU has long espoused. I was very disappointed at the US announcement recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and initiating steps to move the US Embassy. I issued a statement describing this decision as premature and ill-advised, and unhelpful to efforts to resolve the conflict in the Middle East....

Seanad: Order of Business (12 Dec 2017) See 1 other result from this debate

David Norris: I refer first to President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. It is a highly dangerous and provocative move. There is very little that we can do in this country. However, this House has passed a motion calling on the Government to recognise the state of Palestine. That is something that we can do. I ask the Leader to raise this issue with the Minister for...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Middle East Peace Process (12 Dec 2017) See 3 other results from this answer

Micheál Martin: 101. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if the recent declaration by President Trump of the United States on Jerusalem being the capital of Israel will be discussed at the December 2017 European Council meeting; and his plans to ensure that Ireland's objections to this declaration will be made known. [53227/17]

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