Taoiseach begins St Patrick's Day visit to US

Taoiseach begins St Patrick's Day visit to US

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will be in Atlanta today for the first stop on his St Patrick's Day US visit.

The three-city programme is focused on jobs, trade and investment.

He is expected to address senior business figures at the Irish Chamber of Commerce and at a roundtable event organised by IDA Ireland.

He will also meet the Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, and the Mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, and will be the Grand Marshal for the Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day parade, which attracts 80,000 spectators.

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