In Athens on Wednesday, Nikos Anastasiadis
The President of the Republic of Cyprus will pay a visit to Athens next Wednesday, February 1st Nikos Anastasiadis.
As the director of the press office of the PtD, A. Iosif, in Athens states in a written statement, President N. Anastasiadis will meet with the President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou and with the Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
During his meetings, the President of the Republic will discuss the Turkish provocation, as recorded recently both in the Aegean and in Cyprus.
Turkey’s behavior is not consistent with a constructive attitude that could allow an honest discussion for a solution to the Cyprus problem.
Both the President of the Republic and his interlocutors to repeat their reflection and indignation at Turkey’s behavior which cannot be accepted.
In the meetings, it will also be emphasized that no two-state solution to the Cyprus problem will be accepted, or a solution that will be outside the framework defined by the decisions of the United Nations Security Council or the European acquis. President N. Anastasiadis will thank Greece for its undivided support.
In the framework of the meeting of Mr. Anastasiadis with the Prime Minister of Greece that took place, at the Maximos Palace, the signing of the Interstate Agreement for the mutual recognition of degrees by the Ministers of Education, Sports and Youth Prodromos and Education and Religious Affairs Nikis Kerameos.
Subsequently, Mr. Anastasiadis will complete the Eye and will lay the foundation stone for the reconstruction and upgrading of the areas of Eastern Attica that took place after the fires of 2018.
The upgrading and reconstruction of the areas will be done with financing from resources collected from the contribution of the Republic of Cyprus and from private donations. This is an important intervention that bears the stamp of the Cypriot people and the Republic of Cyprus. It is an act of solidarity and gratitude towards Greece. The cost of the projects will amount to approximately 12 million euros. The 11 million euros come from the country of the Republic of Cyprus and the rest from the donations of the Cypriot citizens.