H.E. Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou of Cyprus visit to Limerick

May 10, 2022

On Monday I was delighted to welcomed H.E. Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou of Cyprus to Limerick as part of the EU 50 and Blue Star Programme.  

The Blue Star Programme requires teachers and primary school pupils to carry out projects and tasks related to the History, Geography, Culture and Institutions of the EU.

Over 240 primary schools are participating in this year’s programme. Amongst the limerick schools were St Marys Boys National School Abbeyfeale, Scoil Iosaf Newcastle West, and St Nicholas National School Adare.

Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou addressing the pupils from Abbeyfeale with Minister Patrick o Donovan TD, Mr. Sean Wolfe, Principal, and Cllr Liam Galvin.

Minister Patrick o Donovan TD, Mrs. Emily Stack White  Principal, Agnes O’Sullivan, H.E. Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou, and Cllr Tom Ruddle at Scoil Iosaf Newcastle West.

Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou addressing the pupils of Scoil Iosaf with Minister Patrick O’Donovan TD

Minister Patrick o Donovan TD, Ms. Margaret Brickenden Principal, H.E. Ambassador Charis Christodoulidou and the pupils of St Nicholas National School Adare

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