Malloy’s overseas trip to include stops in Ireland, Germany

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HARTFORD — Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy is adding some more stops to his upcoming overseas trip.

His office announced Thursday the governor will attend meetings in Ireland and Germany, in addition to his two-day visit to the International Paris Air Show.

Malloy is scheduled to arrive in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday. He is scheduled to meet with executives from Aer Lingus, an Irish airline, to discuss the possibility of adding a direct flight from Bradley Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut to Dublin.

After attending the Paris Air Show on Sunday and Monday, Malloy is scheduled to visit Berlin. Malloy’s office said the governor was invited by the Vera Institute of Justice to meet with German criminal justice officials, tour a prison and discuss his proposed Second Chance Society legislation.

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