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Anastasiades, Dendias Meeting: Greece, Cyprus Common Line

NICOSIA — President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades in a tweet on Tuesday referred to his meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias who is visiting Cyprus on Tuesday.

Anastasiades underlined that he had a very constructive meeting with the Greek Foreign Minister with whom he discussed Greece and Cyprus' common line against the Turkish provocations and the de-escalation of the tension in the region.

On his part, Nikos Dendias posted on his twitter account "I was received by President Anastasiades and we discussed Greece and Cyprus close cooperation and coordination in the sectors of regional stability and safety."

Dendias travelled to Cyprus for a one-day visit for talks with Cyprus  government amid heightened military tensions over Turkey s ongoing search for hydrocarbons in waters where Greece and Cyprus claim exclusive economic rights.

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