The Taoiseach and the President have laid wreaths in two different parts of the island for Remembrance Sunday.
Micheál Martin attended a memorial in Enniskillen while President Michael D Higgins paid his respects in Dublin.
The Taoiseach travelled to Co Fermanagh this morning to lay a wreath in respect of the 12 people who died during an IRA bombing there 33 years ago today.
He then attended a mass at Enniskillen Cathedral and was joined by Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster and a small group of veterans.
President Higgins would normally go to a service on Remembrance Sunday too, however, he didn't do so because of the pandemic.
President Michael D Higgins today honoured Ireland’s war dead, in a ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.
Due to public health restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the President laid a wreath outside the cathedral. pic.twitter.com/X6p80jq29P
— President of Ireland (@PresidentIRL) November 8, 2020
Instead, he laid a wreath outside Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin in memory of Ireland's War Dead.
Members of the Defence Forces paid their respects at another ceremony in Cathal Brugha Barracks in Rathmines.
Chief of Staff, Vice Admiral Mark Mellet, also made a specific point to remember the nine Irish soldiers who lost their lives 60 years ago today in the Congo.
Reporting by Tom Douglas