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The Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar made an official three-day visit to Ethiopia this week looking to expand the partnership beyond foreign aid, and met with the political leadership of the nation, including Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and President SahleworkZewde announcing a new partnership in Lalibela UNESCO Heritage site and visited a refugee camp in Tigray region.
The concerns of Irish people about migration cannot be dismissed, but Ireland has proved more welcoming than other parts of Europe, the Taoiseach has insisted.