The president of Poland, Andrzej Duda accompanied by his wife, is arriving in Cyprus on Wednesday afternoon to pay a three-day official visit to Cyprus, at the invitation of President Anastasiades.
On Thursday morning, Anastasiades will officially welcome his counterpart at the Presidential Palace. The two residents will have a private meeting, which will be followed by extended talks between the delegations of the two countries.
Following the meetings, the delegations will sign Memorandums of Understanding between the two foreign ministries, between the deputy ministry of research and the Chancellery of Poland for cooperation in the fields of cybersecurity and cyberspace and a cooperation programme between the two governments on education, culture, sport and youth for the years 2021-2025.
The two presidents will then make statements to the media.
In the evening, Anastasiades and his wife Andri Anastasiades will host a formal dinner at the Presidential Palace.
During his visit the Polish president visit Unficyp offices, and meet with members of the Polish community and Archbishop Chrysostomos.
Before he leaves on Friday, Duda will visit Paphos, where in a special ceremony he will be presented with the gold key of the city by Paphos mayor, Phaedon Phaedonos and will visit archaeological sites in the city.