President-elect Nikos Christodoulides and Green Party head Charalambos Theopemptou agreed to maintain a constructive dialogue during a meeting on Thursday.
In a press release published after the meeting, Christodoulides said his vision for a government of broad social acceptance includes the Green Party’s contribution.
He told Theopemptou that he is ready for constructive cooperation and is open to new suggestions from the Greens, especially in matters concerning the environment.
The two politicians exchanged views on current issues and the challenges that must be prioritized by the new government, agreeing to keep up the dialogue between them.
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