A temporary accommodation unit will be opened tomorrow, to house Ukrainian refugees.
Coalition party leaders and some senior government ministers are meeting today to discuss the refugee crisis.
43 people fleeing the Russian invasion were told Ireland had no state accommodation available for them on Friday and Saturday, after arriving here.
Minister for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne, said work was ongoing all weekend to secure more accommodation.
Increasing the payment to holiday home owners who offer their property for accommodation is one of the solutions set to be considered by ministers on the cabinet sub-committee on Ukraine.