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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-08-30

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


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  • [01] EU Foreign Ministers discuss enlargement process
  • [02] President Clerides praises UNESCO’s World Heritage List

  • [01] EU Foreign Ministers discuss enlargement process

    2035:CYPPRESS:14

    EU Foreign Ministers discuss enlargement process

    Nicosia, Aug 30 (CNA) The list of candidate states which will enter the final stage of negotiations for accession to the European Union (EU) will be announced during the extraordinary European Council in Brussels around the end of October, Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou said today.

    Speaking to journalists at the end of a working lunch at Haelsingor, Denmark, where an informal EU Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting is being held, Papandreou said the 15 ministers talked about the 10 candidate states which will progress towards accession at the EU Summit in Copenhagen in December.

    He said the sole issue of discussion was enlargement and it was stressed that the European Commission will submit recommendations for each candidate state on October 16.

    [02] President Clerides praises UNESCO’s World Heritage List

    2110:CYPPRESS:15

    President Clerides praises UNESCOs World Heritage List

    Nicosia, Aug 30 (CNA) President Glafcos Clerides said Cyprus "is proud for its cultural heritage which is disproportionately big compared to its size" and assured that "we will continue our cooperation with UNESCO with a view to protect and preserve our curtural heritage."

    The President made the statement during a ceremony today where he unveiled a commemorative plaque at the Church of the Transfiguration of the Saviour at the Nicosia district village of Palechori on the occasion of the official celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the convention for the Protection of the World Heritage of UNESCO.


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