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Croatia and Cyprus sign MoU for Exchange of Information


Zagreb, 05 October 2021 (TDI): Cyprus and Croatia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for mutual protection and exchange of sensitive information.

The Permanent Secretary of Cyprus for European Affairs, Kornelios Korneliou, met important officials from the Croatian Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs, including his counterpart Andreja Metelko-Zgombic.

The two diplomats had a lot discuss. The discussions included the expansion of the European Union to the western Balkans. They talked about the bilateral relationship and emphasized improving relations through economic cooperation and integration. They discussed the topics on the European Union agenda, including the issue of climate change and the refugee crisis. They also discussed issues related to European stability in their respective regions.

Both officials also discussed the way forward for the Med-9. Med-9 is a group of 9 Mediterranean countries including France, Italy, Spain, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovenia, Malta, Greece, and Portugal.

Med-9 Summit in September 2021. The heads of Mediterranean states pose for a picture along with Ursula Von der Leyen (fourth from Left), the president of European CommissionThe event was also attended by the European Commission President, Ursula Von der Leyen. A joint declaration was adopted which termed the peace and humanitarian situation at the Mediterranean as of strategic significance to the European Union.

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