‘Taoiseach’s visit to Newry an honour’ – McNulty | Newry News Today

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SDLP Newry and Armagh MLA Justin McNulty has described the Taoiseach’s recent visit to Newry as an honour. 

 

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An Taoiseach Micheál Martin visited Newry on one of his final Northern visits before leaving the office of Taoiseach in December.

SDLP MLA Justin McNulty says, “It was a great privilege to have the Taoiseach in Newry last week.

“It was particularly fitting that he visited the site of the Narrow Water Bridge, a project that has rapidly progressed as a result of the Shared Island Fund set up by Micheál Martin to advance cross-border projects.

 


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“I was particularly pleased that the Taoiseach made a visit to Newry Gateway Club to wish them well for their momentous 50th-anniversary celebrations.

“The joy and excitement that surrounded the visit were absolutely magical.

“The Gateway provides a vital service for our area.

“And it’s very important that they are visible and recognised by those in positions of influence.

“Micheál Martin’s visit is a vote of confidence in our area.

“Through his meetings with InterTrade Ireland and the Chamber of Commerce, the Taoiseach has seen the strength of the economic engine driving our region.

 


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“As we continue to develop our position within the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor, this engagement from the Taoiseach is invaluable.

“Throughout his term as Taoiseach, Micheál Martin has provided strong support to the North and all island development.

“And I am deeply grateful to him for that.

He adds, “I look forward to continuing to work with him in government to make our region a better place to live, work, and raise a family.”

 


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