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FM Kasoulides Remembers Boutros Ghali

Cyprus  Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides noted that the people of Cyprus are particularly indebted to Boutros Boutros Ghali for his efforts to reunify Cyprus.

Kasoulides signed the book of condolences which opened at the Embassy of Egypt in Nicosia, after the death of the former UN Secretary General.
“On behalf of the President of the Republic and the government of Cyprus I signed the book of condolences for the death of the former UN Secretary General and former Deputy Foreign Minister of Egypt,” Kasoulides said.

“He recalled Boutros Ghali`s role for Cyprus as a capable Egyptian diplomat and the role he played during his term in office as the UN Secretary General with his tireless efforts to promote the settlement of the Cyprus problem,” CNA reported.

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