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Anastasiades Embarks on Trips Abroad

Nicos Anastasiades, the President of Cyprus, will undertake a series of foreign trips over the next three months, beginning with a visit to the UK this week.

Nikos Christodoulides, the Cyprus Government Spokesman,  said that the President departs on September 17 for London. On the 18th he will meet with British PM David Cameron.

“We consider this meeting particularly important with regard to the Cyprus problem and the issues discussed at the negotiating table, as well as in relation to our bilateral relations,” Christodoulides said. .

On September 19 Anastasiades will fly to Chicago where he will meet be the main speaker at the annual conference of the American-Jewish Committee. He will also attend an event organized by Cypriot-Americans.

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