British PM condemns Turkey's illegal activities in Cyprus in telephone call with Anastasiades

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had on Tuesday a telephone conversation with Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, during which the former condemned the illegal activities of Turkey in Cyprus and the broader region, and expressed his intention to undertake a more active role as regards the Cyprus problem, Cyprus Government Spokesman, Kyriacos Koushos, has said in a written statement, late on Tuesday.

He added that during their telephone conversation, the two leaders discussed the developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, which threaten peace and stability in the region.

President Anastasiades briefed Johnson about the diplomatic efforts being made to stop the illegal Turkish drillings and seismic research within the maritime zones of the Republic of Cyprus, in violation with its sovereign rights.


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