Tsipras: Greece, Cyprus, Egypt Trilateral Cooperation 'Making Good Progress'

Tsipras: Greece, Cyprus, Egypt Trilateral Cooperation 'Making Good Progress'

The Greece, Cyprus and Egypt Trilateral Summit is making good progress, deepening in scope, with a prospect of also broadening in the future, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in joint statements with Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Egyptian President  Abdel Fattah al Sisi after the end of the Nicosia summit on Tuesday.
Tsipras also announced that Greece will host the 6th Trilateral Summit, to be held on Crete in 2018.
Commenting on the Cyprus issue, Tsipras referred to the three countries' shared respect for international law, while reiterating Athens' support for a fair and viable solution.
"This is particularly important for us, and for the model of cooperation we seek to promote in the region," the Greek premier noted, adding that "in this context we support a fair and viable solution of the Cyprus issue, based on UN Treaties and Cyprus' status as an EU state-member."

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