Cyprus Mail

Coroonavirus: Cypriot FM and British counterpart discuss pandemic

Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides

Foreign Minister Nicos Christodoulides on Saturday spoke by phone with his British counterpart, Dominic Raab, to discuss developments regarding the coronavirus pandemic, focusing on issues related to Cypriots who are currently in the UK and British citizens who are in Cyprus.

The two Ministers agreed to stay in constant contact with a view to addressing any issues that come up concerning British people who are in Cyprus and Cypriots who work, study or live in the UK.

Thousands of Cypriot students are stuck in the UK due to the lockdowns in both countries. There are also a number of British tourists still on the island, some more of whom are due to fly out later Sunday. Thousands of British expats also live on the island.

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