Strategic review of Irish-Scottish relations
Ireland and Scotland have close political, economic, community and cultural ties, and both the Government of Ireland and the Scottish Government are committed to deepening Irish-Scottish cooperation.
The Scotland-Ireland Bilateral Review is a joint strategic review of the relationship, aimed at consolidating existing ties in a new international environment and unlocking the relationship’s further potential.
Please read a copy of the review.
The Review was launched by Scottish Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs, Michael Russell MSP, and Irish Foreign Minister, Simon Coveney, T.D. A video of the virtual launch is available.
The review has been conducted jointly by both Governments, led on the Irish side by the Consulate General of Ireland in Edinburgh and the Ireland, UK and Americas Division of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and on the Scottish side by the Scottish Government Office in Dublin and the Scottish Government External Relations Directorate.
For more information on this joint review and the work of the Irish and Scottish Governments in both Scotland and Ireland, contact details are as follows:
Consulate General of Ireland, Edinburgh
Telephone: +44 131 226 7711
The Scottish Government Office, Dublin