President Anastasiades asked Britain’s aid for the resumption of the Cyprus issue negotiations

The President of the Republic of Cyprus Nikos Anastasiades asked for Britains support for the resumption of negotiations on the solution of the Cyprus issue, the Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromos told the Press in Sofia after the EU-Western Balkans Summit.

The Cyprus issue and efforts to resume talks were the key issues discussed by the President of the Republic, Nikos Anastasiades, with the Prime Ministers of Britain and Greece on the sidelines of the Sofia Summit, announced Prodromou.

According to the Government Spokesman, the President of the Republic “had the opportunity, besides other contacts, to have a meeting with British Prime Minister Teresa May, who briefed on the latest developments in Cyprus and discussed the Cyprus issue.”

The President of the Republic “called for Britains support for the reopening of the negotiations, and they also had the opportunity to discuss issues related to the negotiations on the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, as well as on matters relating in particular to its relations The Republic of Cyprus with Britain .

The President of the Republic then had the opportunity to meet with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras again on the Cyprus issue and “there was mutual exchange of information both on issues concerning Greeces relations with its neighbors, but also on the Cyprus issue and the efforts on the resumption of the negotiations”. “They have also discussed other issues relating to bilateral relations,” the government spokesman said.

Source: Cyprus News Agency