Cyprus Mail

Technical hitch delays Slovenian FM’s visit (updated)

Slovenian Foreign Minister Miro Cerar

A technical problem forced the commercial aircraft on which Slovenian Foreign Affairs Minister Miro Cerar was travelling to Cyprus for a two-day working visit to land in Vienna, postponing his visit until Friday, foreign ministry sources told the CNA.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia Miro Cerar was due to starts the two-day working visit to Cyprus on Thursday during which he will hold talks with his Cypriot counterpart Nicos Christodoulides and attend a Cyprus – Slovenia business forum.

During their talks the two foreign ministers will discuss developments in the Cyprus problem, Turkish provocative activities in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in light of the decision of EU Foreign Affairs Ministers on targeted measures against the Turkish illegal drilling expected to be endorsed later this week by the European Council, EU matters, including Brexit, and the bilateral relations between Cyprus and Slovenia.


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