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Cyprus Foreign Minister Christodoulides Resigns Eying Presidency

Cyprus Foreign Minister Nikos ChristodoulidesCyprus Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides (right) talks recently to his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov. Credit: Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Foreign Minister of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Christodoulides, released a statement on Sunday revealing that he had tendered his resignation several days ago and hinted at a possible bid for the presidency at the 2023 elections.

In statements at the Foreign Ministry, in Nicosia, Christodoulides expressed his interest in the 2023 presidential elections, pointing out that the time for decisions has not come yet. Early and long pre-election periods are counterproductive, he said, noting that he would proceed with an announcement after taking his final decisions.

“I can honestly state that I would be interested in the presidential elections of 2023, especially if my nomination can lead to broader co-operations,” said the outgoing minister.

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