Greek Alt. Defence Minister to pay 3-day visit to Cyprus
Alternate Defence Minister Dimitris Vitsas will pay a three-day official visit to Cyprus on Tuesday, December 29.
On Tuesday, Vitsas will lay a wreath at the Imprisoned Graves and he will meet with the Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Issues, Photis Photiou.
On Wednesday, he will visit the General Staff of the National Guard and will have separate meetings with the President of Parliament, Yiannakis Omirou and Defence Minister of the Republic of Cyprus, Christophoros Fokaidis.
On Thursday, he will visit the camp of the Greek Force in Cyprus (ELDYK). Then, he will attend the festivities in ELDYK camp to welcome the New Year and exchange greetings with officers and soldiers.
On Friday, Vitsas will depart from Larnaca Airport to return to Athens.
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