UnitedArab Emirates (UAE) residents will not require a visa to take a trip to Ireland.TheGovernment has actually been dealing with the UAE to ditch the requirements.TheMinister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, today revealed the lifting of the visa requirement with result from January 31.“A large number of Irish citizens now live in the Emirates and many Irish companies are active on the ground where we have a busy Embassy promoting Irish interests,”he stated.“The UAE is a key economic partner for Ireland and one of our priority markets.“I am extremely delighted we have actually had the ability to raise the visa requirement for residents of the UAE who want to take a trip to Ireland and we eagerly anticipate inviting increased varieties of Emirati company individuals, travelers and trainees who will take a trip to Ireland following the lifting of the visa requirement.” Tourism Ireland has welcomed the announcement saying it will be rolling out a special campaign to highlight Ireland as a tourist destination.“Thisis great news for Irish tourist. It is a historical action for Irish-Emiratirelations and one which we hope will motivate more Emiratis to check out Ireland,” said Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland.”– Digital Desk

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