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    Polish and Cypriot Presidents Open New Chapter in Bilateral Relations

    Polish and Cypriot Presidents meet, sign agreements, and address shared concerns, aiming to enhance bilateral relations.

    Presidents Andrzej Duda of Poland and Nikos Christodoulides of Cyprus expressed hope that their meeting would open a new chapter in bilateral relations. The Cypriot President is making an official visit to Poland, the first since 1364.

    Memorandums Signed

    During their meeting, memorandums on sports cooperation and intellectual property protection were signed. President Duda highlighted the historical significance of the visit and expressed gratitude for Cyprus’s support against Russian aggression in Ukraine.

    Shared Stance on Russia

    President Christodoulides emphasized Cyprus’s solidarity with Ukraine, noting Cyprus’s own experience with illegal invasions. President Duda acknowledged the ongoing Polish archaeological mission in Cyprus and announced the upcoming inauguration of the Polish Research Center in Pafos.

    Controversy Over NATO Ambassador

    President Duda addressed questions regarding the attempt to recall Poland’s NATO ambassador, Tomasz Szatkowski. He criticized the government for bypassing standard procedures and affirmed his refusal to approve a new ambassador without proper protocol.

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