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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 01-01-08

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <>


  • [01] US envoys - Arrival - Statement
  • [02] Cyprus - Italy - Mediterranean Identity
  • [03] US envoys - Denktash
  • [04] State budget - House debate

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    [01] US envoys - Arrival - Statement

    Larnaca, Jan 8 (CNA) -- The parties in Cyprus should move from the present situation to a comprehensive settlement, US Presidential Emissary for Cyprus Alfred Moses said today, on arrival to the island accompanied by State Department's Special Coordinator for Cyprus Thomas Weston.

    Replying to a question, Moses said that UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has invited the parties to participate in the next round of UN -led proximity talks on the Cyprus issue, adding that "a specific date has not yet been set".

    CNA RM/MM/2001

    [02] Cyprus - Italy - Mediterranean Identity

    Nicosia, Jan 8 (CNA) -- Eminent academics and deputies from Cyprus and Italy are attending a two-day meeting on the "Mediterranean Identity" which will deal with ties between the two countries, Cyprus' historical roots and the Mediterranean framework.

    The two-day Cyprus - Italian seminar will also include a round table discussion by participating delegates.

    CNA MM/RM/2001

    [03] US envoys - Denktash

    Nicosia, Jan 8 (CNA) -- American Presidential Emissary for Cyprus Alfred Moses and State Department's Special Coordinator for the Cyprus question Thomas Weston today met with Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash in the occupied by Turkish troops area of Cyprus.

    Speaking after their meeting, Moses said he explained to Denktash "our view that it is in the interest of both parties to continue" with the UN - led proximity talks in an effort to find a solution to the Cyprus issue. CNA/RM/MM/2001


    [04] State budget - House debate

    Nicosia, Jan 8 (CNA) -- All but one parliamentary party, the Socialdemocrats, have said they would vote in favour of the proposed state budget for 2001, with some exceptions on specific funding.

    Party leaders, speaking at a House plenary debate on the budget today, said the Republic's struggle to bring to an end the continuing Turkish occupation of part of Cyprus and to achieve European Union membership has to be backed by a sound economy.

    CNA MM/RM/2001
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