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Mitsotakis Speaks on the Phone with Cyprus President Anastasiades

ATHENS — Prime Minister Kyriakos spoke on the phone with the President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades on Monday morning.

According to government sources, Anastasiades thanked the prime minister for his immediate response to a request for assistance in fighting the fire on Cyprus by sending two Canadair CL-415s.

The prime minister expressed his condolences for the loss of four human lives and his grief for the disaster, stressing that Greece is always and will always be on the side of Cyprus, while he reiterated his willingness to provide further assistance in dealing with the repercussions of fire.

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