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Trilateral summit with Greece and Jordan in Amman on April 14

File Photo: King of Jordan, Abdullah II in Cyprus in January 2018(Christos Theodorides)

The second trilateral summit among between Cyprus, Greece and Jordan will take place on April 14, in Amman just over a year following the first in January 2018 in Nicosia.

According to CNA, a trilateral summit between Cyprus, Greece and Palestine will probably take place in April as well, in Athens.

On April 10 a trilateral meeting between Cyprus, Greece and Lebanon, is scheduled to take place, at foreign-ministers’ level in Beirut.

During their first Trilateral Summit last year, the leaders of Cyprus, Greece and Jordan decided to establish a trilateral partnership and agreed on its guiding principles, stressing that the three countries` partnership was not exclusionary nor directed against any country and that it was being established on the basis of full respect of international law and of the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, the UN Security Council Resolutions, including commitment to good neighbouring relations, international peace and security and respect for the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of states.

Meanwhile, President Nicos Anastasiades is scheduled to visit Georgia from April 16 -18. During his meetings with Georgian officials, the president is expected to discuss the Cyprus issue, EU-Georgia relations and regional matters.



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