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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 01-01-30

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  • [01] Cyprus Airways - Proposal - Olympic Airways
  • [02] Cyprus - Turkish occupied areas - Greek Cypriot
  • [03] Tourism Minister - Tourist arrivals
  • [01] Cyprus Airways - Proposal - Olympic Airways Nicosia, Jan 30 (CNA) -- Cyprus Airways announced that it will submit tomorrow a non binding proposal to participate in the privatization of Olympic Airways as part of an investment consortium, to be established for this purpose. A press release, issued here by Cyprus Airways, said the airline intends to acquire a majority stake in Olympic Airways.
    CNA MM/MA/2001
  • [02] Cyprus - Turkish occupied areas - Greek Cypriot Nicosia, Jan 30 (CNA) -- An illegal court in the northern areas of Cyprus, occupied by Turkey since 1974, today adjourned until February 8 a so-called hearing to decide whether to free on bail a Greek Cypriot, abducted last December and "charged" with drug possession. The illegal court took the decision to give the so-called attorney general's office time to examine a file handed over by Panicos Tziakourmas' Turkish Cypriot lawyer and to enable the Greek Cypriot, who is a diabetic, to be taken to hospital for medical observation.
    CNA MA/MM/2001
  • [03] Tourism Minister - Tourist arrivals Nicosia, Jan 30 (CNA) -- Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Nicos Rolandis today said a five to 10 percent increase in tourist arrivals is expected this year, according to existing indications, while revenue from the tourism sector is expected to reach 1,3 billion Cyprus pounds. (One Cyprus pound trades at about two US dollars). Addressing the annual Tourist Business Association meeting, Rolandis said that 2,7 million tourists visited the island in 2000 compared to 2,43 million the previous year, an increase of 10.5 percent, while revenue in the same year reached 1,18 billion as opposed to 1,02 billion in 1999, an increase of 15,5 percent.
    CNA MA/MM/2001
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