New Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the IMO presents his credentials

The High Commissioner of the Republic of Cyprus to the United Kingdom Kyriacos Kouros presented his credentials as the country's new Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organisation to the IMO's Secretary General Arsenio Dominguez.

During a private meeting at the Organisation’s headquarters in London last week, the Cypriot Permanent Representative conveyed to the Secretary General the warm greetings of the President of the Republic, Nikos Christodoulides.

He expressed his full support for the work carried out by the IMO and certainty about the continuation of the cordial cooperation of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Cyprus in the Organisation.

He also informed the IMO Secretary General about the latest developments in the Cyprus issue and the efforts made by President Christodoulides to revive the talks for the resolution of the Cyprus problem and the reunification of Cyprus.

The IMO Secretary General welcomed Kouros, wished him every success in carrying out his diplomatic mission and thanked him for the exemplary cooperation between IMO and Cyprus, describing Cyprus as an important partner.

During the meeting, both sides confirmed their will to strengthen relations between Cyprus and the International Maritime Organisation.

(Source: CNA)

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