Cyprus and India will sign bilateral memoranda and agreements in the fields of military cooperation, energy and migration, as part of a working visit by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of India, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, to Cyprus on 29-31 December, at the invitation of the Foreign Minister, Ioannis Kasoulidis.
The press representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dimitris Dimitriou, told KYPE that this is a very important visit both in terms of semiotics and symbolism as well as in terms of substance and content. "India is a very important member country of the Commonwealth with which we are connected by parallel historical paths, strong ties", he said.
Mr. Dimitriou also said that this visit "creates a perspective for strengthening bilateral cooperation with India in a mutually beneficial strategic context".
He noted that during the visit "bilateral relations will be discussed and the prospect of further deepening them in areas such as education, economy, security, defense, etc.».
He also said that «we will inform the Indian side about the efforts of the Turkish side for upgrading the pseudo-state but also for the creation of new achievements at the expense of the Republic of Cyprus.
« Current regional issues of common interest, EU relations – of India as well as ways through which India could play a role in the existing multilateral cooperation schemes”, noted the press representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He also mentioned that, as part of the visit of the Indian Foreign Minister, bilateral memoranda and agreements in the fields of military cooperation, energy and immigration.