Greek National Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos wrapped up an official two-day visit to Cyprus for trilateral meetings on Thursday.
After being received by Cyprus Republic President Nicos Anastasiades in Nicosia, he met with his Cypriot and Egyptian counterparts Charalambos Petrides and General Mohamed Zaki at the Cypriot Defense Ministry.
According to Athens-Macedonian News Agency sources, the three defense ministers underlined that their countries fully respect International Law. They also stressed that actions like these trilateral meetings confirm their intention to maintain good neighborly relations with all, in pursuit of stability in the region without a change in its status quo, sources noted.
Bilateral meetings were also held by the three countries' delegations.
In a joint statement released after a meeting on Wednesday, they had noted their determination to further enhance defense cooperation for peace, stability and prosperity in the Eastern Mediterranean region.