Ireland's Prime Minister (Taoiseach) and Defence Minister Leo Varadkar arrives for the informal meeting of European Union leaders in Sibiu, Romania, May 9, 2019.
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"We welcome the announcement of the visit by the U.S. President".
And while final details of the visit have yet to be confirmed it has been revealed that the president will hold talks with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Shannon Airport.
Trump's impending visit had already prompted increased security at Shannon Airport, with gardaí deployed at a road security box monitoring traffic on a 24-hour basis, the news website Journal.ie was reporting today.
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Mr Trump's hotel and golf resort in Doonbeg, Co Clare, had been proposed as a venue for the meeting but the Government insisted on somewhere neutral.
And the timing of the visit, coming just 48 hours after the United States president is due to join the Prince of Wales, could make a repeat trip to Scotland like the one made a year ago less likely.
Speaking during the St Patrick's Day engagements in March, Mr Trump said he meant to visit Ireland during 2019.
The much-maligned President had been scheduled to visit Ireland last November after the armistice centenary commemorations but the trip was ultimately postponed.