President Nikos Christodoulides will have a significant opportunity to exchange views on his proposal for the more active involvement of the EU in efforts to restart Cyprus talks during his official visit to Germany, government spokesperson Constantinos Letymbiotis said on Wednesday.
Christodoulides will leave for Germany on Wednesday night.
On Thursday he will attend the ceremony for the 25th anniversary of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, where he is set to meet ECB president Christine Lagarde.
The following day he will meet German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
“During his meeting with the German Chancellor, the president will thoroughly discuss his proposals for the EU to assume a leading role in the efforts to break the deadlock and restart negotiations,” Letymbiotis said.
“The president and the German Chancellor will also have the opportunity to extensively discuss the strengthening of bilateral relations and current EU issues.
“Germany plays a significant role within the European family and it is an important partner for Cyprus in our efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem within the agreed framework,” Letymbiotis concluded.
The President will also visit the Denkmal Holocaust Memorial before departing for Cyprus.