Cyprus’ Minister of Foreign Affairs Nicos Christodoulides is travelling to Rome, where on Wednesday he will hold a working visit at the invitation of his Italian counterpart, Luigi Di Maio, during which the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, in the light of Turkey’s aggressive activities in the marine zones of the Republic of Cyprus and Libya, will be discussed.
Christodoulides will have a tête-à-tête meeting with Di Maio, after which talks with the participation of their delegations will take place.
The talks will focus on the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, energy and energy security, and cooperation in these areas on a bilateral, multilateral, and European level.
They will also discuss bilateral relations and EU issues, including migration.
During his stay in Rome, Christodoulides will also meet with ENI CEO Claudio Descalzi.