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Finance Minister Keravnos in Brussels for Eurogroup meeting

Minister of Finance Makis Keravnos is in Brussels to take part in the meetings of the Eurogroup and the EU Finance Ministers Council (ECOFIN).

According to a press release by the Ministry of Finance, during the 15 January Eurogroup meeting Keravnos and the other Finance Ministers of the Eurozone will exchange views about the policies to address the negative consequences of energy prices on the competitiveness of the Eurozone.

The Ministers will also exchange views with IMF representatives regarding the latest economic developments in the Eurozone.

On 16 January, the Minister of Finance will represent Cyprus at the ECOFIN Council meeting, where the priorities of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU for the first half of 2024 will be presented.

Ministers are also expected to adopt conclusions in relation to the main economic policy priorities for 2024 as part of the coordination process of the European Semester.

They will also exchange views regarding the economic consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

(Source: CNA)

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