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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 01-01-25

Cyprus News Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] President - British High Commissioner
  • [02] Spokesman - EU Commissioner
  • [03] Cyprus Stock Exchange
  • [04] UN top envoy - Greek Foreign Minister - Cyprus
  • [05] Cyprus - Greece - Sports
  • [06] Cyprus - Convention against terrorism - Ratification
  • [07] Motor Vehicles - Registration
  • [08] UN top envoy - Arrival - Statement

  • 1500:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] President - British High Commissioner

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) -- British High Commissioner in Nicosia Edward Clay has stressed London remains committed to a process the UN instigated in 1999 with the start of proximity talks between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot sides and believes this is the way forward leading to a settlement of the Cyprus question.

    Speaking after a meeting here today with President Glafcos Clerides, Clay said Britain will continue to support UN Secretary General in his effort to carry the process forward and build on ideas Kofi Annan has presented the two sides.

    CNA MA/MM/GP/2001
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    1510:CYPPRESS:02

    [02] Spokesman - EU Commissioner

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) -- The Cyprus government has welcomed statements by top European Union Commissioner responsible for enlargement that Cyprus will become an EU member irrespective of a political settlement.

    "The statements send a crystal clear message to many recipients, they clarify fully the political parameters of our accession course and point to those elements which render the EU a catalyst for the effort to solve the Cyprus question," Government Spokesman Michalis Papapetrou said here today.

    CNA MA/MM/GP/2001
    1710:CYPPRESS:06

    [06] Cyprus Stock Exchange

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) - The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) All Share Index closed at today's stock exchange meeting as follows:
    CSE General Index                              228,51  ( 0,30)
    
    Traded Value                  CYP  6.307.162
    
    FTCE/CYSE 20                  CYP  2.870.703   966,61  ( 0,46)
    
    Sectural Indices
    
    Banks                         CYP  1.226.407   239,53  ( 0,35)
    Approved Investment
        Companies                 CYP    395.710   237,75  (-0,46)
    Insurance Companies           CYP     65.791    95,88  (-0,71)
    Manufacturing Companies       CYP    514.157    85,13  (-0,11)
    Tourism Companies             CYP    178.292   152,48  (-0,37)
    Trading Companies             CYP    603.196    57,87  ( 1,54)
    Offshore Companies            CYP          0   105,00  ( 0,00)
    Building and Cement Companies CYP     91.957    68,65  ( 0,35)
    ╔nformation Technology
        Companies                 CYP    737.533    64,77  (-0,17)
    Financial Services Companies  CYP    660.046    50,98  ( 1,15)
    Fish Culture Companies        CYP     44.334    84,93  ( 0,38)
    Hotels                        CYP    631.344    94,06  ( 0,98)
    Other Companies               CYP    804.732   267,70  ( 0,22)
    
    The third column presents the percentage variation of the indices as compared to the last meeting.

    CNA/╠╠/2001

    1835:CYPPRESS:04

    [04] UN top envoy - Greek Foreign Minister - Cyprus

    Athens, Jan 25 (CNA) -- Reaching a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus problem is an ambitious goal, but one that is feasible, UN Secretary General's Special Adviser for Cyprus Alvaro de Soto said today, pointing out however, that this is a long term goal that cannot be reached overnight.

    Speaking after a meeting with Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou here today, de Soto, who arrives in Cyprus later tonight, said the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan "will be shortly meeting with authorities of the incoming US administration" adding that in his view the US stance is that of "continuing support for the Secretary General's efforts". CNA/KI/RM/MM/2001

    1920:CYPPRESS:05

    [05] Cyprus - Greece - Sports

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) -- Cyprus and Greece signed here today a memorandum of cooperation in the field of sports. Some 10.000 Cypriots could travel to Greece to work as volunteers for the 2004 Olympic Games.

    The momorandum was signed by visiting Greek Deputy Minister of Culture in charge of sports George Florides and Cyprus Sports Organisation President Andreas Papacharalambus.

    CNA/ITS/RM/GP/2001

    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    1955:CYPPRESS:06

    [06] Cyprus - Convention against terrorism - Ratification

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) -- Cyprus has ratified the International Convention on Combating Terrorism, adopted by the General Assembly on December 15, 1997.

    Cyprus' Attache of the Permanent Mission of the Republic to the United Nations George Kasoulides yesterday tabled the instruments of ratification. CNA/RM/MM/2000

    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    2005:CYPPRESS:07

    [07] Motor Vehicles - Registration

    Nicosia, Jan 25 (CNA) - Total registrations of motor vehicles during 2000 in Cyprus decreased by 5,3% to 32.165 from 33.973 in 1999, according to the Statistical Service.

    The registration of private saloon cars dropped to 17.729 from 18.966, and 40 per cent of these cars were new.

    CNA MK/MM/2000
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    2250:CYPPRESS:08

    [08] UN top envoy - Arrival - Statement

    Larnaca, Jan 25(CNA) -- UN top envoy on Cyprus, Alvaro de Soto, has said he will listen to all concerned about the conduct of the Secretary General's good offices mission over the next few months before he reports back to Kofi Annan in order to decide how to proceed with the UN Cyprus peace process.

    Speaking on arrival for a brief visit, Annan's Special Adviser for Cyprus also said he sees no reason to divulge at this stage what the UN are going to propose, as he would first like to hear from all sides, noting that one side has expressed some misgivings about the direction of the talks.

    CNA MM/RM/2001
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY

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