News & Statements
Sinn Féin want a Christmas General Election rather than provide solutions – Flanagan
Sinn Féin want a General Election at Christmas rather than provide credible solutions with other parties, Fine Gael TD Charlie Flanagan has said.
Statement by Charlie Flanagan, T.D., former Minister for Foreign Affairs and Justice
Address by Charles Flanagan TD on the occasion of the commemoration in honour of former Taoiseach, John A. Costello
Address by Charles Flanagan TD, Chair of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs & Defence, 19th June 2022, on the occasion of the commemoration in honour of former Taoiseach, John A. Costello
Statement from Charlie Flanagan on the death of James Brokenshire MP
Chair of the Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee, Laois/Offaly Fine Gael TD, Charlie Flanagan, has expressed his condolences on the passing of James Brokenshire MP.
We must vote yes to remove the crime of blasphemy from our Constitution – Flanagan
Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan has called on the people to vote yes to remove the crime of blasphemy from our Constitution next week.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan TD welcomes outcome of European Council
I am pleased that the the intensive engagement by the Government with our EU partners has resulted in Ireland's concerns being reflected prominently in the EU's position for the upcoming Brexit negotiations as adopted by the European Council today.
Minister Flanagan launches the Online Passport Application Service
The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr. Charlie Flanagan TD, today launched the new Online Passport Application Service. This new service that will allow adults to renew their passport books and cards online wherever they are in the world.
Well informed debate on consequences of Brexit vital for Northern Ireland – Flanagan
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan has said that it is vital that a well-informed debate on the possible consequences associated with a UK exit from the European Union takes place in Northern Ireland, given its unique and special circumstances.