President Nicos Anastasiades will meet Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Athens on Tuesday after which there will be extended talks between the delegations of Greece and Cyprus as part of the coordination between the two countries following the latest Turkish actions regarding the fenced-off city of Famagusta.
The two leaders will then make statements to the media.
On Wednesday, President Anastasiades will participate in the Cyprus-Greece-Jordan Trilateral Summit to be held at Zappeion in Athens.
The Trilateral Summit will also be attended by King Abdullah II of Jordan and the Greek Prime Minister and will address recent developments regarding the Cyprus problem and the Eastern Mediterranean, energy issues, migration, and efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Cyprus’ Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides, Energy Minister Natasha Pilidou, Government Spokesman Marios Pelekanos, Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios and the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Greece Kyriakos Kenevezos will also participate in the Summit.
Earlier, on Wednesday, Anastasiades will address the opening ceremony of the General Assembly of the World Inter-Parliamentary Union of Hellenism, which will take place at the Greek Parliament.
On Wednesday evening, the President of the Republic of Cyprus will address an event organized by AHEPA, in the framework of its 99th Congress.
Turkey invaded Cyprus on July 20, 1974. Numerous UN backed talks to reunite the island have failed to yield results.
Turkish Cypriot leader, Ersin Tatar, announced on Tuesday a partial lifting of the military status in Varosha.