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Deputy Minister Hadjimanolis promoting Cyprus shipping in the US

Deputy Minister of Shipping Marina Hadjimanolis is travelling to Miami, USA, following an invitation from Royal Caribbean, one of the world's largest groups active in the cruise sector.

According to an official announcement, the invitation from the Royal Caribbean came as part of efforts to strengthen the group's cooperation with the Deputy Ministry of Shipping.

The action follows the registration of the company's first cruise ship in the Cypriot registry in 2023 and the operation of the Royal Carinnean's office in Limassol. Limassol is the centre of the company's activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.

As part of the visit to Miami, the Deputy Minister of Shipping will meet members of the Cypriot diaspora who are professionally active in the USA. During her official contacts, Hadjimanolis will be accompanied by the Ambassador of Cyprus to the USA, Evangelos Savvas, the announcement noted.

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