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Alexander Downer to bid farewell to Cyprus

Alexander Downer to bid farewell to Cyprus

UN’s special adviser on Cyprus problem Alexander Downer is to visit Cyprus in the end of March to bid farewell and to thank both presidents of Cyprus for their cooperation.

Mr. Downer’s visits coincides with the meeting between both leaders of Cyprus, which is scheduled for 31 of March. If Mr. Downer’s schedule allows he will also be present at the meeting, according to UN’s source.
According to some sources, Alexander Downer, who was parliament minister in native Australia, can take post of High Commissioner of Australia in UK, which will undoubtedly entail a number of major shifts in diplomatic relations across Europe.
Yet unknown will take Mr. Downer’s place as UN’s special adviser in Cyprus.


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