Cyprus, Egypt and Greece conclude tripartite meeting with the Declaration of Nicosia

With the adoption of the Declaration of Nicosia the three leaders of Cyprus, Egypt and Greece agreed on Wednesday on further broadening and deepening the relations among their countries in a series of sectors, including the economy, trade, tourism and energy.

The three leaders examined, on the basis of the Declaration of Cairo which was adopted six months ago at a similar meeting in Egypt, the deepening of their cooperation in existing areas of action and the expansion of the cooperation to other fields, Anastasiades said at a joint press conference with the Egyptian President and the Greek Prime Minister. 

President Anastasiades stressed that the Declaration of Nicosia is a “point of reference” for the priorities of the three countries.