Greece, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt urge their diaspora to support fire victims in Greece

Greece, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt, called on their countrys diaspora, Thursday, to help and support fire victims, in Greece after a tripartite meeting of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia on Diaspora.

As Cypriot Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou announced after the meeting with the Armenian Diaspora Minister and Greek Deputy Foreign Minister, the three countries together with the Egyptian Diaspora Minister had decided to call on their Diaspora to support and help the people that were affected by the wildfires in Greece.

He also said that Cyprus Republic had informed the Greek authorities that the country was ready, through the Institute of Neurology and Genetics, to offer its know-how on missing persons, for identifications and relevant scientific examinations.

Greeces Deputy Foreign Minister Terence Quick said that in those tragic moments Greece, discovered that it had many friends.

He thanked the Greeks all over the world, but also the countries that helped Greece immediately, even those with which there were political differences.

He also said that tripartite cooperation with countries such as Armenia and Egypt, had shown that those relations are base based on solidarity, humanity and support.

Quick also said that he strongly appreciates the decision of the three countries, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt, to help with specific actions to be taken at the level of diaspora.

Armenian Diaspora Minister Mkhitar Hayrapetyan expressed his condolences for the numerous human deaths in Athens to Greek people, nation and especially to the families who lost their relatives.

We share your pain. Your pain is our pain and the nation of Armenia is with you, he said.

At the same time, he expressed the support of the country to our brothers and sisters in Greece.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Greece, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt urge their diaspora to support fire victims in Greece

Greece, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt, called on their countrys diaspora, Thursday, to help and support fire victims, in Greece after a tripartite meeting of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia on Diaspora.

As Cypriot Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou announced after the meeting with the Armenian Diaspora Minister and Greek Deputy Foreign Minister, the three countries together with the Egyptian Diaspora Minister had decided to call on their Diaspora to support and help the people that were affected by the wildfires in Greece.

He also said that Cyprus Republic had informed the Greek authorities that the country was ready, through the Institute of Neurology and Genetics, to offer its know-how on missing persons, for identifications and relevant scientific examinations.

Greeces Deputy Foreign Minister Terence Quick said that in those tragic moments Greece, discovered that it had many friends.

He thanked the Greeks all over the world, but also the countries that helped Greece immediately, even those with which there were political differences.

He also said that tripartite cooperation with countries such as Armenia and Egypt, had shown that those relations are base based on solidarity, humanity and support.

Quick also said that he strongly appreciates the decision of the three countries, Cyprus, Armenia and Egypt, to help with specific actions to be taken at the level of diaspora.

Armenian Diaspora Minister Mkhitar Hayrapetyan expressed his condolences for the numerous human deaths in Athens to Greek people, nation and especially to the families who lost their relatives.

We share your pain. Your pain is our pain and the nation of Armenia is with you, he said.

At the same time, he expressed the support of the country to our brothers and sisters in Greece.

Source: Cyprus News Agency