President of the Cyprus Republic to meet UNSG and energy officials in New York

President of the Cyprus Republic Nicos Anastasiades departs on Sunday for New York, where he will meet with UNSG Antonio Guterres.

In addition, the President will address an investor`s summit on Cyprus and hold meetings with oil and gas companies` officials.

According to an official press release, the President, accompanied by Government Spokesman Nikos Christodoulides, will attend on the 20th of March a dinner organized to his honor by the Cypriot overseas community in New York.

He will also declare the termination of the trading session of the New York Stock Exchange on the 21st of March.

On the next day, the President will hold a meeting with UNSG Antonio Guterres, in the UN headquarters.

During his stay in New York, the Cypriot President will be meeting with Archbishop of America, Demetrios.

President Anastasiades will also address the luncheon organized by the International Forum “Invest in Cyprus”, which will take place at the Metropolitan Club.

The Forum is organized by Capital Link in cooperation with the Cyprus Shipowners` Association, the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency and the Chambers of Commerce of Cyprus and the USA.

The conference aims to inform major US companies and investors about the investment opportunities in Cyprus as well as the development of business and trade partnerships.

On the evening of the 22 of March the President will attend a working dinner with officials from ExxonMobil.

On the next day, the President will hold separate meetings with British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson and the Foreign and European Affairs Minister of Slovakia Miroslav Lajčák, who will chair the 72nd UN General Assembly.

On the evening of the 23rd of March he will depart to Rome where he will attend the Informal EU Summit for the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty.

Source CNA
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