Newsroom / CNA
The Foreign Minister of Cyprus, Nikos Christodoulides was on an official visit to North Macedonia on Wednesday to discuss the Cyprus issue, developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, migration and bilateral relations.
According to a Foreign Ministry announcement, this is the first official visit after Nicosia and Skopje established diplomatic relations last August.
During his one-day visit, Christodoulides will hold a tete-a-tete meeting with his North Macedonian counterpart, Nikola Dimitrov, and will later have consultations in the presence of the delegations of both sides.
Christodoulides and Dimitrov are expected to discuss bilateral relations and ways to promote cooperation on various areas, particulary through trade and economic relations, as well as EU-North Macedonia relations and the European prospects of Western Balkans, developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, migration in light of the latest developments, the Cyprus issue, and other regional and international issues of mutual interest.
On Wednesday afternoon, Christodoulides will be received by the country’s President, Stevo Pendarovski, and Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski.