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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 01-02-02

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

ΠΕΡΙΕΧΟΜΕΝΑ
  • [01] Turkish Cypriot teachers - Occupation regime - Revolt
  • [02] Ambassador of Cuba - Interview
  • [03] President - Defence Minister - Bell helicopters
  • [04] Interior Minister - Syria - Visit
  • [05] Tourism Minister - Press conference
  • [06] Algerian Foreign Minister - Arrival
  • [07] Greek Euro MPs - Arrival - Statement
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  • [01] Turkish Cypriot teachers - Occupation regime - Revolt Nicosia, Feb 2 (CNA) -- A revolt by the Turkish Cypriot Teachers' Union (KTOS) against Ankara's stance towards the Turkish Cypriots reflects the general climate prevailing among Turkish Cypriots, not only against Turkey but also towards the illegal regime in the Turkish occupied north, Cyprus government sources told the Cyprus News Agency today. Invited to assess a KTOS announcement published in Turkish Cypriot newspapers earlier this week and the opening of an "investigation" against its members, the same sources expressed concern and warned that the illegal regime in the areas of Cyprus occupied by Turkey since 1974 did not hesitate in the past to use fascist methods, going as far as killing its opponents.
    CNA MA/GP/2001
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  • [02] by Maria Koniotou Ambassador of Cuba - Interview Nicosia, Feb 2 (CNA) - Cyprus and Cuba are working towards the signing of a cooperation agreement for the protection of investments in both countries, in a bid to enhance their financial cooperation which is now at a low level, newly appointed Cuban Ambassador German Blanco Pujol said in an interview with CNA. Pujol noted that "relations between Cyprus and Cuba are long and very strong" and described as "very good" the results of a recent official visit to Cyprus by Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque.
    CNA MK/GP/2000
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  • [03] President - Defence Minister - Bell helicopters Larnaca, Feb 2 (CNA) - A House of Representatives decision not to approve the purchase of four Bell helicopters has an adverse effect on the country's defences, President Glafcos Clerides said here today, stressing however that the Republic's participation in the European deployment force would not be affected by this decision. Defence Minister Socratis Hasikos said the decision dealt a blow to the National Guard, the Republic's armed forces, and announced the start of the procedure for new tenders. CNA/MM/RG/2001
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  • [04] Interior Minister - Syria - Visit Nicosia, Feb 2 (CNA) - Interior Minister Christodoulos Christodoulou will be in Syria next week to discuss with his Syrian counterpart problems in dealing with illegal immigrants. "I will be in Syria on February 10, heading a delegation, for talks with the Syrian Interior Minister to exchange some views in order to upgrade our cooperation and improve the measures we take to tackle this very serious problem," Christodoulou said. CNA/MM/RG/2001
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  • [05] Tourism Minister - Press conference Nicosia, Feb 2 (CNA) - Tourism is the real power behind the Cypriot economy accounting for over twenty per cent of the country's gross domestic product, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Nicos Rolandis said here today. "Statistics show an increasing trend in the tourist industry, far bigger than the 2 to 3 percent rise internationally. Last year we had a 10,3 percent increase in tourism and a 16,8 percent increase in revenue," he told a press conference. CNA/MM/RG/2001
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  • [06] Algerian Foreign Minister - Arrival Nicosia, Feb 2 (CNA) - Algerian Foreign Minister Abdelaziz Belkhadem arrived in Cyprus tonight tomorrow for an official visit, during which he will have formal talks with his Cypriot counterpart Ioannis Kasoulides. Tomorrow morning, he is to meet House of Representatives President Spyros Kyprianou and have talks at the Foreign Ministry, after which the Algerian official and Kasoulides will give a press conference. CNA/MAN/RG/2001
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  • [07] Greek Euro MPs - Arrival - Statement Larnaca, Feb 2 (CNA) - An eight-member delegation of Greek Euro MPs, of the Socialist PASOK party, arrived here today, expressing the conviction that their Cypriot counterparts would be participating in the 2004 parliamentary elections for a new European Parliament. Welcoming warmly the Greek deputies, Yiannakis Omirou, Vice President of the Social Democrats Movement, said there would be an exchange of views on recent developments in the Cyprus problem and the Republic's accession course, and that the two parties would coordinate efforts to promote Cyprus' bid to join the European Union (EU). CNA/MM/RG/2001 CNA ENDS
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