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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 01-05-19

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  • [01] Iranian Minister of Commerce - Interview
  • [02] Foreign Minister - Cyprus question - EU accession

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    [01] Iranian Minister of Commerce - Interview

    by Athena Arsalidou Nicosia, May 19 (CNA) - Iranian Minister of Commerce, Mohammad Shariatmadari, has said that his country supports every effort for a peaceful settlement to the Cyprus problem and expressed the view that Cyprus will be his country's closest friend in Europe when it joins the European Union (EU).

    In an interview with CNA on the occasion of his three-day official visit here, Shariatmadari said that with his counterpart Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Nicos Rolandis, they have been examining ways of expanding bilateral relations, especially in the trade field.

    CNA AAR/MA/2001

    [02] Foreign Minister - Cyprus question - EU accession

    Nicosia, May 19 (CNA) - Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides today said that no developments are expected in the Cyprus peace effort at least until the autumn, because despite diplomatic and silent efforts by foreign mediators involved "the Turkish side has not been convinced to abandon its intransigent demands".

    Referring to the Republic's European Union accession course, Kasoulides told a press conference that Cyprus is once again leading the other candidate states in the effort to adopt the acquis communautaire and will soon provisionally close 23 of the 29 chapters that have to be examined.

    CNA MA/جت/2001 CNA ENDS

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