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On Wednesday Ireland's first national Missing Persons Day was inaugurated at Farmleigh House in Dublin.
Each year around 4,000 people are reported missing in Ireland. Missing Persons Day will take place each year on the first Wednesday in December.
The ceremony at Farmleigh saw musicians mark the national day, with soprano Celine Byrne performing "A Candle For You" by Marie Dunne, and young singer-songwriter Olivia Burke performing her song "Missing".
The Garda Band and the Penston Vocal Academy, an Arklow-based youth choir, also performed.
Dermot Browne, Chairperson of Missing In Ireland Support Services, and Helen Grealis of Search for the Missing, spoke at the ceremony.
Justice Minister Alan Shatter told the gathering he wanted to see a similar concept extended into Europe.
"It is important at a national level that we do not forget those who are missing and that we do not ignore the devastating impact of such a traumatic event on immediate and extended family and friendsI have proposed to my EU Justice and Home Affairs ministerial colleagues that consideration be give to developing a 'European Missing Persons Day,'" Shatter told the gathering. "It would also promote additional collaboration between Member States, in particular in the vital exchange of good practice and experience in this area and increase the possibility of reconnecting with individuals who, without explanation, chose to reside elsewhere in the European Union without forewarning to family and friends. ...
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