Cyprus Interior Minister Nouris to Pay Two-Day Visit to Athens

NICOSIA — Cyprus Interior Minister Nicos Nouris will pay a two-day visit to Athens as of Monday.

Nouris will meet with Migration and Asylum Minister Notis Mitarachi, at 11 am, at the ministry. The two ministers will discuss issues related to the new European Migration Pact under negotiation, but will also present each country's best practices in migration aiming at strengthening bilateral cooperation.

During his stay in Greece, the minister will visit the closed-type structure for the reception of migrants in Samos.


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