The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Nikos Christodoulides, travels to Brussels later today, where he is due to participate in the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union, as well as in the Ministerial Sessions of the European Union with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the African Union, respectively.
The Foreign Affairs Council meeting to be held tomorrow, Monday, will focus, inter alia, on the external dimension of the problem caused by disinformation at an international level, as well as on preparing the EU – League of Arab States Ministerial Meeting to be held on February 4th.
On Monday afternoon, Mr Christodoulides will take part in the 22nd EU – ASEAN Ministerial Meeting, in which relations will be reviewed and ways to enhance them further will be explored, whilst ways to strengthen cooperation between the EU and ASEAN in relation to both regional and international affairs will also be discussed.
On Tuesday, January 22nd, the Foreign Minister will take part in the EU – African Union Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, where an exchange of views is foreseen to take place on a series of issues including on peace, security and governance, trade, investments and economic integration, and multilateralism in international relations.
Mr Christodoulides will return to Cyprus on Wednesday.