Greek Prime Minister Kyriacos Mitsotakis will visit Cyprus on Wednesday in his first official trip since his re-election.

Mitsotakis is set to have a meeting with President Nikos Christodoulides, with the Cyprus problem being high on the agenda, along with Euro-Turkey developments, bilateral developments, regional matters and migration.

He will also meet House President Annita Demetriou.

Upon his arrival, the Greek premier will head straight to the Tomb of Makedonitissa, where he will lay a wreath and sign the visitors’ book.

Mitsotakis will then pay a visit to the imprisoned graves.

He is then set to be officially received at the presidential palace to meet Christodoulides.

Mitsotakis will conclude his visit with a meeting with Cyprus’ Archbishop Georgios, before he travels back to Athens.