Kammenos: Greece Will Support Cyprus Government Decisions

Panos Kammenos the Greek Minister of Defence, said Greece “will support any decisions made by the Republic of Cyprus and will stand by Nicosia for the achievement of a viable solution of the Cyprus problem which will safeguard national rights,” according to CNA.

“The Minister, who represents the Greek government at the events marking the anniversary of the Cypriot anti-colonial liberation struggle of 1955-1959, said that today we pay tribute to those who fought for freedom and congratulated the people of Cyprus for exiting the economic adjustment programme, that officially ended Thusday, noting that it is now Greece`s turn to exit the memorandum,” CNA quoted Kammenos saying that Cyprus` exit means that from now on better days will come for Hellenism.”


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