President Nicos Anastasiades on Thursday began a two-day official visit to Estonia during which he will also sign a digital governance and cyber security agreement.
An updated Memorandum of Understanding will be signed on Friday on digital governance and cybersecurity during a meeting with Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas.
All in all, an official announcement said, the President will have meetings with the leadership of Estonia to discuss the Cyprus problem, Ukraine, the migration issue, energy security, EU-Turkey relations, green and the digital transition.
Anastasiades and his wife Andri have been welcomed by the President of Estonia, Alar Karis, and talks between the delegations will follow.
The two delegations will discuss bilateral ties, the war in Ukraine, EU-Turkey relations, energy, green economy and digital transformation.
The President will also meet the mayor of Tallinn and attend an official luncheon hosted by President of the Parliament Jüri Ratas.
The Cypriot delegation on Friday will also visit CybExer Technologies, a company specialising in cybersecurity issues.