The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus and Montenegro, Marcos Kyprianou and Milan Rocen respectively, have signed a bilateral agreement of cooperation in the field of tourism.

According to an official press release, on Friday Kyprianou paid a visit to Montenegro, where he was received by President Filip Vujanovic and President of the Parliament Ranko Krivokapic. The Minister also had talks with Rocen, with whom he signed an agreement on bilateral cooperation in the field of tourism.

During his contacts, Kyprianou discussed with his interlocutors ways to further expand bilateral relations, particularly in the financial sector, with a focus on mutual investment, tourism and services. Kyprianou also briefed them on the latest developments in the Cyprus problem and thanked them for the firm position of principle that Montenegro maintains for a solution of the Cyprus problem on the basis of relevant UN Security Council resolutions.

The Cypriot Minister expressed Cyprus` full support to the European perspective of Montenegro and the commencement of accession negotiations as soon as possible. In this context, he briefed his interlocutors on Cyprus’ readiness to provide all possible assistance to Montenegro on the basis of the experiences it gained during its accession course and from participating in the European Union. To this end, it was agreed that a delegation from Montenegro

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