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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-08-04

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


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  • [01] President:UN Secretary General concerned with lack of progress
  • [02] British MP warns Turkey
  • [03] Omirou declared presidential candidate

  • [01] President:UN Secretary General concerned with lack of progress

    1200:CYPPRESS:01

    President: UN Secretary General concerned with lack of progress

    Nicosia, Aug 4 (CNA) -- UN Secretary General Kofi Annan seems to be concerned with the absence of substantive progress in the Cyprus peace talks, President Glafcos Clerides believes.

    [02] British MP warns Turkey

    1455:CYPPRESS:02

    British MP warns Turkey

    Nicosia, Aug 4 (CNA) -- Turkey has no place in the European Union, if it does not help resolve the Cyprus question, British Labour parliamentarian Tom Cox has told Ankara, warning the Turkish government that unless it exerts its influence on the Turkish Cypriot leader to reach a negotiated settlement, its application for EU accession will be shelved.

    [03] Omirou declared presidential candidate

    1515:CYPPRESS:03

    Omirou declared presidential candidate

    Nicosia, Aug 4 (CNA) -- Yiannakis Omirou, president of the Social Democrats Movement (KISOS), is the party's candidate for the 2003 presidential elections.

    The decision was taken at today's party congress, which considered two proposals, one to support Omirou's candidature and one to join forces with AKEL and the Democratic Party (DIKO), which have already chosen their presidential candidate (DIKO president Tasos Papadopoulos).


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