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FMs of Cyprus and Greece to hold talks on Monday in Athens

ΥΠΟΥΡΓΟΣ ΕΞΩΤΕΡΙΚΩΝ ΣΥΜΒΟΥΛΙΟ ΕΞΩΤΕΡΙΚΩΝ ΥΠΟΘΕΣΕΩΝ
File photo: Nikos Christodoulides meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias

The Foreign Ministers of Cyprus and Greece, Nikos Christodoulides and Nikos Dendias, will hold, on Monday talks in Athens, in the framework of the constant coordination and exchange of information between Nicosia and Athens.

Their discussions will focus on developments in the Cyprus problem, the situation in the eastern Mediterranean, EU-Turkey relations and the recent agreement between Greece and France.

A press release issued by the foreign ministry said that Christodoulides will fly on Monday morning to Athens for contacts with Dendias, in the context of the constant coordination and exchange of information between Nicosia and Athens.

The two ministers are expected to exchange views on the latest developments in the Cyprus problem, including the recent informal meeting of the two leaders in New York, on the situation in the eastern Mediterranean in the light of renewed Turkish provocative actions and threats, on the future of the EU-Turkey relations, as well as on the recent defence agreement between Greece and France.

On September 27, UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, had lunch in New York, with President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader, Ersin Tatar, to discuss the way forward as regards efforts to solve the Cyprus problem.

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