Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs George Katrougalos, as head of the Greek diplomacy, began, this morning, his first official visit to Cyprus with a tour and laying wreath on the Imprisoned Graves.
Katrougalos was received by the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, and a meeting with his Cypriot counterpart Nikos Christodoulides followed immediately.
The latest developments in the Cyprus issue, the coordination in view of the tripartite meeting of Greece-Cyprus-Israel, which will be held tomorrow in Jerusalem, issues of bilateral and regional interest, as well as Euro-Turkish issues, were at the center of the talks.
The Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs had also a meeting with the Archbishop Chrysostomos II of Cyprus.
Archbishop Chrysostomos welcomed the new Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, with whom he had a special meeting in his office for more than half an hour.
The focus of their discussion, as they later stated, was the Cyprus issue and the forthcoming meeting of the Greek Minister with his Turkish counterpart.