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Russia Wants to Expand Cyprus Ties

Russian Ambassador to Cyprus Stanislav Osadchiy say Russia wants to expand its ties with Cyprus in all areas. The statement was in anticipation of President Anastasiades visit to Russia that is scheduled for February 24-27.


“The Ambassador met Friday with Cyprus President and in statements following, he described the meeting as preparatory of the President`s visit,” CNA reported, adding that “He said that they discussed details of the meeting, structural and technical issues and also the agreements that will be signed.”

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