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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 99-11-08

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  • [01] Cyprus - Slovenia - Air transport agreement
  • [02] Spokesman - Turkey - EU - Negotiations
  • [03] British trade international conference - Cyprus

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    [01] Cyprus - Slovenia - Air transport agreement

    Nicosia, Nov 8 (CNA) -- Cyprus and Slovenia signed an air transport agreement here Monday providing for the right of scheduled flights between the two countries in transporting passengers, cargo and mail.

    The agreement was signed by Cyprus Communications and Works Minister, Averof Neofytou and Slovenian Transport Minister, Anton Bergauer.

    CNA FZ/EC/MCH/1999

    [02] Spokesman - Turkey - EU - Negotiations

    Nicosia, Nov 8 (CNA) -- Cyprus does not wish to block Turkey's european course, Government Spokesman Michalis Papapetrou said today, pointing out, however, that Turkey should fulfill the necessary preconditions.

    Replying to questions he also said that the government has no official information of any change in the Turkish side concerning the resumption of UN-led negotiations on the Cyprus problem without preconditions.

    CNA MM/MCH/EC/1999

    [03] British trade international conference - Cyprus

    Nicosia, Nov 8 (CNA) -- Ministers of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, and Finance, Nicos Rolandis and Takis Klerides respectively, today stressed the role of Cyprus as a business centre and opportunities in Cyprus for British investors.

    Rolandis and Klerides both addressed a gathering in London today, organised by the London branch of the Bank of Cyprus and British Trade International, to review possibilities for cooperation between Cypriot and British businesspeople.

    CNA RG/EC/1999

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