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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 01-01-16

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>

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  • [01] National Council - Cyprus peace talks
  • [02] Belgian State Secretary for Foreign Affairs - Cyprus
  • [03] Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs - Cyprus
  • [04] Turkish occupied areas - Illegal court - Tziakourmas
  • [05] Greek and Turkish Cypriot parties - Meeting
  • [06] Cyprus - Cultural identity - ICOMOS
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  • [01] National Council - Cyprus peace talks Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) -- The National Council, top advisory body to the President on the Cyprus question comprising Parliamentary party leaders, has reconfirmed "the Greek Cypriot side's commitment to the continuation of the (proximity) talks" and called on the UN Secretary-General "to immediately set a date for their continuation". The Council members were briefed today by President Glafcos Clerides on meetings here by foreign envoys backing the UN-led proximity talks for a settlement in Cyprus, in the light of threats by Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash that he will not participate in the next round of talks scheduled for later this month and his demand for a change of the procedure followed since the talks got underway in December 1999.
    CNA MA/GP/2001
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  • [02] Belgian State Secretary for Foreign Affairs - Cyprus Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) - Belgian State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Annemie Neyts arrives in Cyprus tomorrow on a two-day official visit. During her visit, Neyts will be received by President Glafcos Clerides, will meet with House of Representatives President Spyros Kyprianou, and will hold official talks with her Cypriot counterpart Ioannis Kasoulides. m Cyprus on Thursday afternoon. CNA/RM/RG/2001
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  • [03] Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs - Cyprus Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) - Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Felipe Perez Roque arrives in Cyprus on Friday on a two-day official visit. On Friday, Roque will be received by President Glafcos Clerides and will meet with House of Representative President Spyros Kyprianou. CNA/RM/RG/2001
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  • [04] Turkish occupied areas - Illegal court - Tziakourmas Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) - The self-styled regime in the Turkish occupied areas of the Republic has set a "hearing" for tomorrow morning, for the temporary release on bail of Greek Cypriot Panicos Tziakourmas, who was abducted last month and is being illegally held in the north. Charles Gaulkin, acting Spokesman for the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP), told CNA today that Tziakourmas would not be attending the "hearing". CNA/RG/2001
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  • [05] Greek and Turkish Cypriot parties - Meeting Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) -- The Movement to Restructure the Centre (MRC) and the Turkish Cypriot Patriotic Union Movement (PUM) believe that all citizens have the duty to get involved in the process of finding a democratic solution to the Cyprus problem, so that Cyprus, as a unified state, may proceed towards the European Union (EU), having ensured all democratic and human rights for all citizens on the island. MRC's President, Kypros Chrysostomides, met today with PUM's General Secretary Izzet Izcan, who said he supported a solution guaranteeing the unity of Cyprus, as a member of the EU and the existence of an independent federal and sovereign state, in which the communities would be politically equal.
    CNA ITS/RG/2001
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  • [06] Cyprus - Cultural identity - ICOMOS Nicosia, Jan 16 (CNA) - A page about Cyprus is included in the annual report "Heritage at Risk" of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), regarding the monuments and the archeological places, which are in danger. The report refers to the Turkish occupation of the northern third of Cyprus and to the fact that all Greek names in the north, which were testimonies to the ancient Greek culture, have been changed as a result of the 1974 Turkish invasion and occupation of 37 percent of the island. CNA/ITS/RG/2001 CNA ENDS
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