articles | 15 October 2014

Cyprus, Malta and Greece consider broadening maritime dialogue

Cyprus, Malta and Greece are considering to broaden their dialogue on maritime issues with the inclusion of the UK and Denmark, Minister of Communications and Works Marios Demetriades said recently.

The three countries held on September 30 in Valletta, Malta their third tripartite ministerial meeting in a bid to consolidate their cooperation on maritime issues and to promote a common strategy between the three countries. 

Greece, Malta and Cyprus, which are among the top registries in the EU held tripartite meetings bi-annually. 

“We are considering broadening the group with other countries such as the UK and Denmark,” Demetriades told CNA. 

“Our aim is to coordinate our positions and to express common views within the EU on issues such as marine pollution and the measures the registries have to implement,” he said.

Source: Financial Mirror

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