Travel advice for India and Pakistan
Concern at the risk of conflict in South Asia remains high. The extent and character of such a conflict are impossible to predict.
Almost all Irish tourists and a high proportion of Irish residents have by now left the region.
The Department of Foreign Affairs reiterates its earlier advice to Irish citizens in India and Pakistan to consider leaving within the next few days.
The majority of Irish citizens in the region are now in South India which is further from the potential zone of conflict. Ireland has an Honorary Consulate in Bangalore. Measures will be taken in the coming days to strengthen the consular services available to Irish citizens in South India.
Citizens are asked to remain in touch with the Embassy and to take careful note of the following contact details:
Embassy of Ireland Tel: (011) 4626733: 4626714; 4626741; 4626743
230 Jor Bagh Fax: (011) 4697053
(behind Lodhi Road Post Office)
New Delhi 110 003
Mobile phone numbers:
Sarah Mangan, Second Secretary 9811012707
Patrick Scullion, First Secretary 9811021303
Philip McDonagh, Ambassador 9811017414
(Dial 0 before the number if ringing from outside Delhi)
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Tel: (080) 8523425
Honorary Consul of Ireland Fax: (080) 8523423
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20th KM Hosur Road
Bangalore 561 229
R.W. Leybourne Callaghan Tel: (022) 2872045; 2024607
Honorary Consul General of Ireland Fax: (022) 2871087
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