Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades met on Monday evening with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the old Larnaka airport, where the latter had a layover on his way to Asia from France, during which they discussed the Cyprus problem as well as regional and international developments.
Anastasiades also extended an invitation to Trudeau to pay an official visit to the island.
At the same time I expressed my gratitude for the constructive stance of the Canadian Gov to reaching a viable settlement on the #CyprusProblem, to the benefit of both communities, in line with the relevant UN resolutions.
— Nicos Anastasiades (@AnastasiadesCY) November 12, 2018
President Anastasiades briefed the Canadian Prime Minister on the latest developments in the Cyprus problem and on the peace process, beginning now under the auspices of the UN Secretary General, and thanked him for taking the principled position that Canada has taken on the Cyprus problem, a presidency press release said.
With information from C.N.A.