Cyprus, Greece and Armenia have agreed to extend and deepen their co-operation during the first tripartite Foreign Minister-level meeting on Tuesday in Nicosia.
They also agreed on a meeting of the leaders of the three countries in Armenia soon.
At a joint press conference, Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides said that the aim of trilateral cooperation between the three countries was to promote peace, stability and prosperity through enhanced political dialogue and co-operation.
"Today's meeting clearly reflects the common determination to expand and deepen our cooperation and develop synergies that will benefit our countries and peoples," he said.
The meeting between foreign minister of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, George Katrougalou was held at the presidential palace in Nicosia.
Earlier, Mr Mnatsakanyan and Mr Katrougalos, accompanied by Mr Christodoulides, paid a courtesy call on the Cypriot president Nikos Anastasiadis.
source: commonspace.eu with agencies
Photo: The foreign ministers of Cyprus , Greece and Armenia, arriving at a press briefing shortly after their meeting in Nicosia on 4 June 2019.
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