Ministers Dacic and Christodoulides plead Serbia-Cyprus shared family and team-work in general organizations and forums

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Ivica Dacic with Nikos ChristodoulidesFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had a assembly currently in Nicosia with Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides.

Today’s assembly came as a follow-up to a agreements reached in a dual Ministers’ final sit-down in Belgrade, hold on 10 May, when President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades done an central revisit to Serbia, and when it was concluded that a dual Ministers would accommodate for unchanging consultations.

In a meeting, a collocutors examined a Serbia-Cyprus shared relations, serve team-work in general organizations and forums, team-work between a dual Foreign Ministries and a European formation routine of a Republic of Serbia.

Minister Dacic sensitive his Cypriot reflection about a Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, while Minister Christodoulides briefed Minister Dacic about a stream conditions per a Cypriot issue. The dual Ministers also looked into a need to classify team-work between a dual countries’ diaspora, and overwhelmed on a preparations for a subsequent intergovernmental session.

Minister Christodoulides reiterated that a Republic of Cyprus would never commend a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo, while First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Dacic reiterated Serbia’s umbrella support to a territorial firmness and government of a Republic of Cyprus.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/18018-ministers-dacic-and-christodoulides-discuss-serbia-cyprus-bilateral-relations-and-cooperation-in-international-organizations-and-forums