EU trade commissioner Phil Hogan is to resign from the role after he was criticised for allegedly breaching coronavirus lockdown restrictions in the Republic of Ireland.
Mr Hogan attended a golf dinner with more than 80 people in County Galway on 19 August.
He was also in the spotlight for not complying with quarantine rules when he arrived from Brussels.
The Irish government said Mr Hogan had “undermined public confidence”.
On Tuesday, Mr Hogan provided details to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, about his time in Ireland leading up to his attendance at the Oireachtas Golf Society event.