The message reads, in part:
“It is pleasing to see that the longstanding traditions of friendship and cooperation between our countries are growing stronger and progressing. The sincere mutual sympathy and respect that our peoples feel for each other play an important part in consistent development of our bilateral political, trade, economic, and humanitarian partnership. I am sure that the talks we will hold in Cyprus in October will, as always, produce results and help to intensify our fruitful dialogue.
We intend to expand our cooperation on the international stage too. In this respect, we are ready to continue joint efforts to consolidate the foundations of security and stability in Europe and the Mediterranean and help to achieve a fair and comprehensive settlement to the Cyprus problem.”