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LONDON, March 23 (Itar-Tass) - Cyprus's President Nicos Anastasiades flies out for Brussels this Saturday for consultations with European Union and Eurogroup leaders, BBC reports.
Anastasiades is accompanied by leaders of Cypriot parliament parties.
A meeting of the Eurogroup (finance ministers of the euro zone countries) and a delegation from Nicosia will be held on Sunday.
The vote in the Cypriot parliament on the draft law to impose a levy on bank deposits exceeding 100,000 euros is postponed until the return of the president from Brussels.