Cypriot Foreign Minister pays first official visit to Greece to discuss Cyprus issue


Cypriot Foreign Minister, Constantine Kombos, has paid his first official visit to Greece and met with his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias, to discuss the Cyprus issue.

During a joint press conference, Dendias said: “We continue our undivided support for the just and viable resolution of the Cyprus issue, based on the United Nations Security Council resolutions.”

According to AMNA, the two officials also spoke about efforts to deter the upgrade of the pseudo-state internationally, reviewing actions that could be taken with the European Union, the United States, and strategic and regional partners.

In his statements, Kombos made it clear Cyrpus “will never accept divisionary solutions or two-country solutions.”

He said he hopes steps taken in the near future will re-ignite the start of talks between Turkish side and Cyprus.

The pair also discussed heightening relations between Greece and Cyprus in specific sectors such as in the East Mediterranean region.

Source: AMNA




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