Bilateral relations, Cyprus problem and Ukraine to be discussed by Kasoulides and Baerbock in Berlin

Enhancing bilateral relations between Germany and Cyprus, the Cyprus problem and Ukraine will be discussed by Foreign Affairs Minister Ioannis Kasoulides and his German counterpart Annalena Baerbock during his working visit to Berlin on Monday.

Kasoulides is traveling to Berlin on Sunday, following an invitation by his counterpart, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

The meeting with Baerbock takes place on Monday.

The two Foreign Ministers will review the bilateral ties and ways to further enhance them in areas such as trade, tourism, education, defence and security.

The Cypriot FM will inform his counterpart on the next steps forward in the Cyprus issue and Turkey’s ongoing provocations. They will also talk about the situation in Ukraine, the food and energy crises and other issues of regional and EU interest.

Kasoulides will also meet with other German officials and will be interviewed by German mass media.

He returns to Cyprus on Tuesday.

Cyprus has been divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion. The latest round of peace talks under the UN aegis took place in the summer of 2017 in the Swiss resort of Crans Montana, but failed to yield any results.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Bilateral relations, Cyprus problem and Ukraine to be discussed by Kasoulides and Baerbock in Berlin

Enhancing bilateral relations between Germany and Cyprus, the Cyprus problem and Ukraine will be discussed by Foreign Affairs Minister Ioannis Kasoulides and his German counterpart Annalena Baerbock during his working visit to Berlin on Monday.

Kasoulides is traveling to Berlin on Sunday, following an invitation by his counterpart, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

The meeting with Baerbock takes place on Monday.

The two Foreign Ministers will review the bilateral ties and ways to further enhance them in areas such as trade, tourism, education, defence and security.

The Cypriot FM will inform his counterpart on the next steps forward in the Cyprus issue and Turkey’s ongoing provocations. They will also talk about the situation in Ukraine, the food and energy crises and other issues of regional and EU interest.

Kasoulides will also meet with other German officials and will be interviewed by German mass media.

He returns to Cyprus on Tuesday.

Cyprus has been divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion. The latest round of peace talks under the UN aegis took place in the summer of 2017 in the Swiss resort of Crans Montana, but failed to yield any results.

Source: Cyprus News Agency