Cyprus and Ireland agree on Working Group to examine repercussions from Brexit

President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades and Prime Minister of Ireland Enda Kenny agreed on establishing a Working Group between Cyprus and Ireland, to study the consequences of the United Kingdoms exit from the EU.

Anastasiades, in an official visit to Ireland, met Kenny at the Office of the Prime Minister in Dublin.

An official statement said the talks dealt with issues concerning the latest developments on the Cyprus problem, bilateral relations and regional issues, issues that concern the EU such as Brexit and the Future of Europe, the Refugee issue, as well as the situation in Syria.

Source: Cyprus News Agency.