The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and several Government Ministers round up their visit to the United Nations today.
Mr Varadkar will give the country's national address to the UN General Assembly later.
Today ends one of the longest trips a Taoiseach has taken to the UN for high-level week, with Mr Varadkar attending events across New York and Miami over the past five days.
These included the opening of a new Irish Consulate General in Miami, media appearances and speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations think-tank.
Later Mr Varadkar will give Ireland's national address, setting out the priorities for the country in the year to come and where international countries need to work together to tackle some of the bigger challenges the world faces.
The Taoiseach and Tánaiste Micheál Martin also met with US President Joe Biden in New York.
Mr Varadkar said they updated President Biden on Northern Ireland, including Irish concerns about the UK Legacy Act.
Climate Minister Eamon Ryan will attend an event around dealing with the loss and damage caused by climate change - and paying smaller countries for that.
While Health Minister Stephen Donnelly has meetings about tackling tuberculosis.
While much has been said this week about progress and declarations on various deals.
However the absences of a number of key political figures, and the old frictions at the UN between developed and developing countries, remain.