Nikos Kotzias in Cyprus

19 May 2017
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Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias is in Cyprus to participate in the 127th Council of Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Council held in Nicosia with the participation of 30 foreign ministers and 47 delegations.

Nikos Kotzias held talks with Cypriot counterpart of Ioannis Kasoulides, discussing bilateral and regional issues, while extensive information was provided on the latest developments in the Cyprus issue at a critical turning point that will determine the continuation of the two communities’ talks, according to balkaneu.

Earlier in the afternoon, the Greek Foreign Minister had a meeting with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiadis. They held an extensive discussion in the presence of Cypriot Government Spokesperson, Nikos Christodoulides. The talks focused on the latest developments in the Cyprus issue, the Cypriot President’s proposal to the Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci and subsequent moves at international level to resolve the Cyprus issue.

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