Nicos Anastasiades in Athens tomorrow – Greece donates a presidential aircraft to Cyprus

Nicos Anastasiades in Athens tomorrow – Greece donates a presidential aircraft to Cyprus
Nicos Anastasiades in Athens tomorrow – Greece donates a presidential aircraft to Cyprus

Nicos Anastasiades will come to Athens on Thursday to meet with Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday and to receive the aircraft that Greece is donating to Cyprus

The meeting between President Anastasiades and the Prime Minister of Greece will take place at 10.30 on Friday morning at Megaros Maximos.

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The President of the Republic will be accompanied by government representative Marios Pelekanos, Deputy Minister to the President Petros Dimitriou and the director of the Office of the President, Pantelis Pantelidis.

Immediately after their meeting, Mr. Anastasiadis and Mr. Mitsotakis will go to Elefsina airport, where in a special ceremony, Mr. Anastasiadis will receive the civil aircraft which is a donation of the Hellenic Republic to the Republic of Cyprus, for the purpose of serving the business trips of each President of the Republic and members of the Council of Ministers, while it will also be used for urgent medical needs.

Present at the ceremony will be the Minister of Defense of Cyprus Charalambos Petridis, the government representative Marios Pelekanos, the Deputy Minister to the President Petros Dimitriou, the head of the National Guard Dimokritos Zervakis, the director of the Office of the President of the Republic Pantelis Pantelidis and officials.

After the ceremony, the President of the Republic and his entourage will board the aircraft to return to Cyprus.

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