Ambassador Speaks on Ensuring Stability Amid Ireland's Financial Crisis
October 25, 2011 – Ireland's ambassador to the United States, Michael Collins, spoke to an audience of students, faculty and invited guests at Georgetown today.
Collins talked about the effect the global financial crisis has had on Ireland and what the country is doing to ensure recovery and stability going forward. He also said the financial stability of the United States and its historic relationship with Ireland are extremely important to the country's success in the future.
The BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown's School of Foreign Service organized the event, which was introduced by center director Jeffrey Anderson.