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Greek FM on three-day visit

The Cyprus problem was high on the agenda as Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias met with his Cypriot counterpart Ioannis Kasoulides on Monday.

Currently on a three-day visit to Cyprus, Kotzias discussed a unified Cyprus through bizonal and bicommunal federation but “in order to achieve this, the occupying forces must be removed.”

Highlighting that the occupation of the island wasa violation of international law, he expressed cautious optimism for a solution to the Cyprus problem.

The two ministers also discussed the refugee crisis, upcoming elections in Turkey, and energy and confirmed their close collaboration on pushing forward with bilateral relations.

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