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Greek FinMin Staikouras on Cyprus on Friday

October 21, 2021

ATHENS — Finance Minister Christos Staikouras will visit the island of Cyprus on Friday. In the morning he will address the 12th Limassol Economic Forum along with his Cypriot counterpart Constantinos Petrides.

On the sidelines of the conference, Staikouras will meet with the president of the Democratic Rally party, Averof Neofytou.

Afterwards, the Greek Minister will go to Nicosia where he will meet with Petrides at the finance ministry at 12:30.

The two top officials will make joint statements to the press after the end of the meeting.

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