Armenia-Greece-Cyprus consultations ahead of the first trilateral meeting of Foreign Ministers08 May, 2019
On May 8, Armenia-Greece-Cyprus trilateral consultations were held in Yerevan ahead of the first trilateral meeting of three Foreign Ministers to be held in Nicosia on June 4.
The Armenian delegation was led by Deputy Foreign Minister Avet Adonts, the delegation of Greece was headed by Theodoros Georgakelos, Director General for Political Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic and the delegation of Cyprus was headed by George Chacalli, Political Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus.
A wide range of issues of interest for the three countries was discussed, as well as the agenda of the Ministerial meeting to be held in Nicosia was outlined.
The sides expressed satisfaction with the level of political dialogue between the three countries and welcomed the initiative of shifting cooperation from bilateral level into trilateral format. The importance of cooperation and reciprocal support between the three friendly countries in multilateral formats and international platforms was highlighted.
During the meeting the sides exchanged views on a range of regional, European and international issues of mutual interest. The sides presented the recent developments around the priorities of their foreign policy.
On the same day the delegations of Greece and Cyprus visited Tsitsernakaberd to pay tribute to the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide, as well as had a tour at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.