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Qatar and Republic of Cyprus hold diplomatic meeting


Nicosia, 31st January 2024 (TDI): A round of political consultations between the foreign ministry of Qatar and the Republic of Cyprus was conducted on Wednesday in Nicosia, Cyprus. This political meeting was part of the diplomatic tour of Qatar.

Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Bin Hasan Al Hammadi led the meeting. The Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Kyriakos Kouros represented the Cypriot side during the consultations.

Furthermore, the Ambassador of Qatar to the Republic of Cyprus, Ali Yousef Abdurrahman Al Mulla, and the Director of the European Affairs department at the Saoud bin Abdulla Zaid Al Mahmoud were also accompanying the delegation at the meeting.

During the meeting, both sides discussed the bilateral relations between Cyprus and Qatar and explored ways to enhance the diplomatic ties between these countries.

Moreover, topics of mutual interest between these countries were also among the highlights of the common topic.

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The diplomatic relations between Qatar and Cyprus were established when the embassy of the Republic of Cyprus was established in Doha in 2003. The opening of embassies led to the interaction of Qatar at the bilateral and multilateral levels.

Furthermore, the opening of embassies also paved the way for the partnership between Cypriot companies and Qatar. The Qatari infrastructure is largely contributed by the Cypriot cooperation in development.

In addition, Since Cyprus is a prominent member of the European Union it has been on this way to completely evolve itself and Qatar keenly follows in its footsteps, according to the Qatari ambassador to Cyprus.

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Whereas the Republic of Cyprus also keenly appreciates the developments in Cyprus and has been contributing to the economic and political development of Cyprus. Furthermore, both the states have been engaging diplomatically to foster bilateral ties.



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