Energy Minister To Attend International Meeting In Paris

The Minister for Energy, Alex White, is in Paris to attend a ministerial meeting of the International Energy Agency.

It is understood the French government decided to proceed with the international meeting despite the terrorist attacks across the city on Friday.

Ahead of the meeting, which is due to begin today, Tuesday, 17 November, Minister White said the important meeting of energy ministers from around the world offers an opportunity to "demonstrate our solidarity with France."


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