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Tsipras Concludes Cyprus Visit

Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s new Prime Minister, urged Cyprus’ President Nicos Anastasiades and the Cypriot Parliament “to stand by Athens in the effort to convince their European partners to trust the European democratic institutions and not bodies with no legitimacy which have been overtaken by events and have been proven to lead to a deadlock,” CNA reported.

“Addressing a special session of the House plenary, Tsipras, who concludes an official visit to Cyprus on Tuesday, urged Anastasiades to rally around him in his attempt to tackle an unprecedented human crisis his country is facing in the past four years…Referring to pending issues within Europe, Tsipras said Greece and Cyprus agree that Europe must place development and employment at the top of their priorities and that both countries will support all initiatives towards this direction,” according to CNA.

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