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    Sisi: Support from Egypt in the Cyprus issue

    Cairo’s support for the Greek Cypriot national issue of Cyprus was expressed by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi during a meeting Saturday with South Cyprus Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulidis in the Egyptian capital. For his part, Mr. Christodoulidis congratulated the Egyptian President on the catalytic role played by Egypt in achieving a ceasefire in Gaza.

    Mr. Christodoulidis’s meeting with the Egyptian President lasted forty minutes, who gave him a warm welcome at the Presidential Palace in Cairo. The topics of their discussion were dominated by the situation in the Middle East, the latest developments in the Cyprus issue and the issues of energy and regional cooperation.

    With regard to bilateral relations, the common will for further development of relations between the two countries was reaffirmed, especially in the fields of trade, education and tourism.

    The Egyptian President expressed his country’s support for the Greek Cypriot national issue of Cyprus and spoke in favor of further strengthening bilateral relations in all areas with South Cyprus.

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    For his part, the Greek Cypriot Foreign Minister congratulated Egyptian President Al Sisi on the catalytic role played by Egypt in achieving a ceasefire in Gaza, a fact which, as he said, demonstrates the important, positive role that Egypt plays for its stability. wider area.

    Recognizing the importance of the European Union’s cooperation with Egypt, on issues such as countering terrorism and strengthening security, among others, Mr. Christodoulidis noted the support of Cyprus to Egypt on issues concerning the European Union. .

    The Minister of Foreign Affairs finally conveyed the warm greetings of Nikos Anastasiadis.

    Besides, at 13.00 (Cyprus time) Mr. Christodoulidis started his meeting with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Soukri. After the one-on-one meeting of the two Ministers, extended consultations follow with the participation of official delegations of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the two countries.

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