India and Cyprus have
signed key agreements 3 September 2018 in various fields cementing bilateral
ties between the two countries.
On the second day of his visit to Cyprus,
President Ram Nath Kovind today called on the President of Cyprus Mr Nicos
Anastasiades at the Presidential palace in Nicosia. Both the leaders held the
discussion on issues of mutual importance to the two countries.
The meeting was followed by delegation-level
talks between the two countries. Earlier President Kovind was given a
ceremonial welcome with the guard of honour at the Presidential palace. He laid
the wreath on the statue of Archbishop Macarios 3, the founder President of
Earlier, President Ram Nath Kovind called upon
the Indian diaspora in Cyprus to contribute to the nation-building process as
the new India provides ample opportunities to everyone. Addressing the Indian
Community in Nicosia, the Capital city of Cyprus, he said that the new India is
confident and growing fast.
Mr Kovind spoke about the programmes like Make
in India, Digital India, Start-Up India and Ujjwala Yojana which are improving
the lives of common people and ushering in a new India.
President Kovind thanked the Cyprus President for
supporting India in its bid for permanent membership of UN Security Council and
the NSG. India and Cyprus have agreed to expand cooperation in the fields of
IT, tourism, shipping and renewable energy. The two countries also expressed
determination to cooperate in the field of eradication of international
terrorism and taking the cooperation in the field of Clean energy further.