Cypriot president travels to Athens for talks with Greek PM
In the wake of the international outcry and the condemnation by the United Nations Security Council of Turkey’s intention to partially open the town of Varosha in Turkish-occupied Northern Cyprus, the island nation’s President Nikos Anastasiades will meet with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Athens on Tuesday.
Their meeting will take place ahead of a summit between Greece, Cyprus and Jordan in Athens on Wednesday. The Greek premier will also have a private meeting on the same day with King Abdullah of Jordan.
(A version of this article was originally published by the Kathimerini newspaper and reproduced by permission.)