David Irvine Death – Former Head Of ASIO And ASIS And Senior Ambassadors Has Died

David Irvine Death

Death; David Irvine, spy chief and ‘genuine servant’ who guided many prime ministers, died at the age of 75 – David Irvine, a former head of both ASIO and ASIS and one of Australia’s most senior ambassadors, died at the age of 75. With the news of Mr. Irvine’s death on Thursday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison led tributes, calling him an “exceptional” Australian and public servant in every way.

According to canberratimes.com.a, Mr. Morrison said in a statement, “A skilled diplomat, security chief, and chair of the Foreign Investment Review Board, David Irvine was a wise advice to successive governments.” “This is a really sad day since David’s curiosity, wisdom, and judgment over many decades benefited our democracy and security.”

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Dennis Richardson, a colleague, reflected on the breadth of Mr. Irvine’s contributions to Australia’s policy concerns. “His intellectual depth, understanding, and wit were unrivaled. Being the first person to ever lead both ASIS and ASIO, his impact on Australia’s foreign policy, intelligence, and security was enormous and spanned decades “According to Mr. Richardson. “David was a great patriot and a true servant of his nation.”

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