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Written Answers. - Departmental Properties.

Wednesday, 18 December 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 559 No. 6

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 118. Mr. Allen Information on Bernard Allen Zoom on Bernard Allen  asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs Information on Brian Cowen Zoom on Brian Cowen  the State properties, both lands and buildings, in the ownership of his Department; the present use of same in each case; and if it is available for disposal. [26909/02]

Minister for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Cowen): Information on Brian Cowen Zoom on Brian Cowen The Department does not own any lands or buildings. State properties are held, generally, on behalf of the State, by the Minister for Finance and the Commissioners of Public Works.

A list of State owned properties used in connection with Ireland's diplomatic representation and Development Aid Programme abroad follows.

State owned properties abroad:

Athens Residence

Berlin Residence

Berne Residence

Brussels Permanent Representation

to the European Union Residence

Brussels Permanent Representation

to the European Union Chancery

Buenos Aires Residence

Canberra Chancery

Copenhagen Chancery

Copenhagen Residence

Dar-Es-Salem Residence

The Hague Chancery

The Hague Residence

Holy See Chancery/Residence

Lusaka Chancery/Residence

Madrid Residence

Maseru Chancery

New York PMUN Residence

Oslo Residence

Ottawa Residence

Paris Chancery/Residence

Riyadh Chancery/Residence

Stockholm Residence

Washington Chancery

Washington Residence


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