India and Cyprus signed two Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) ‘Combating Money Laundering and Cooperation’ in the field of Environment, in presence of the Presidents of both the countries.
Indian President Ramnath Kovind, who is in Cyprus as a part of his three-nation tour to Europe spanning over eight days, met with his counterpart Nicos Anastasiades to hold wide range of discussions today on the issues of mutual interest, including promotion of business collaboration in the fields of IT and IT Enabled Services, tourism, shipping and renewable energy.
Kovind also addressed the Parliament of Cyprus and expressed his gratitude for the invitation to visit the country.
While talking about bilateral relations between the two countries, Kovind asserted that Cyprus and India hardly disagree on any major issues.
During his address, President Kovind thanked Cyprus for its unstinted backing of India’s candidature for expanded United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) during his address.
President Kovind also addressed the Indian diaspora in Cyprus and termed the community as true cultural ambassadors.