The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Nicosia
Leaders and representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties met on 27 November 2019 for their regular meeting (8th this year) under the auspices of the Slovak Embassy.
House of Representatives President Demetris Syllouris received on 25th November the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Cyprus Ján Škoda.
Leaders and representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties met on 30 October 2019 for their regular meeting (7th this year) under the auspices of the Slovak Embassy. The meeting was traditionally held at the Ledra Palace hotel, in the UN controlled buffer zone in Nicosia.
Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, received today (30 October 2019) Michalis Stavrinos, Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus, on occasion of the ending of his diplomatic mission to the Slovak Republic. The partners expressed their appreciation for the good and intense cooperation of both countries at the political as well as the expert level. Stavrinos especially highlighted the extraordinary contribution of Slovak diplomacy in assisting with the approximation and growth of confidence between the Greek and Turkish Cypriots. “The Slovak Republic is interested in seeing the organization of the bi-communal dialogue, as well as the active participation in the UNFICYP mission, continue, since this will contribute to the peaceful coexistence of all the inhabitants in the island,” stated the head of Slovak diplomacy in this regard.
More than twenty members of the UN Police in the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Cyprus (UNFICYP) have been receiving their UN Medal, including Slovak Captain Mrs Katarína Kretová, during the Ceremony that took place on Friday the 18th October 2019 in the UN Protected Area, in Nicosia.