Cyprus, Greece and Israel on Monday held their third trilateral meeting in Nicosia to evaluate actions aiming to coordinate their respective diasporas.
Presidential Commissioner for Overseas Cypriots Fotis Fotiou, Greece’s Deputy Foreign Minister Terence Quick and Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky also attended a round table discussion with youth representatives from respective diasporas.
“We discussed the need for better coordination and cooperation in diaspora matters,” Fotiou said.
“Last June, in Thessaloniki, the three sides had determined their course of action,” he added.
The three officials later discussed forthcoming joint projects – the first one of which is set to be announced in the spring of 2018.
Their next trilateral meeting will be held in Israel, at the end of autumn or beginning of winter.
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