Minister Simon Coveney has said he expects to survive a motion of no confidence in the Dáil tomorrow.
The Minister says he's spoken to coalition colleagues to firm up support within Fianna Fáil and the Green Party.
Mr Coveney said he's embarrassed by the UN Special Envoy scandal and how he communicated about the appointment.
But he said he believes he'll survive a Sinn Féin confidence motion when the Dáil returns tomorrow.
A local Fine Gael Senator says there's no concern over tomorrow's no-confidence vote.
Joe O'Reilly says Minister Coveney's work during Brexit negotiations was "extraordinary", and is recognised by those living in border counties.
He told The Wider View that the party isn't worried about the results of the motion.