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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 05-02-10

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] (K) Wilton Park: Community leaders to decide when to resume negotiations
  • [02] All occupation troops must withdraw from Cyprus, Spokesman says
  • [03] DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM
  • [04] Gul says Ankara will back solution agreed by both sides in Cyprus
  • [05] DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM (REPEAT)
  • [06] DISÉ and AKP support a just and viable settlement in Cyprus

  • [01] (K) Wilton Park: Community leaders to decide when to resume negotiations

    2100:CYPPRESS:13

    Wilton Park: Community leaders to decide when to resume negotiations

    Nicosia, Feb 10 (CNA) -- The leaders of both communities need to decide when the time is right to re-enter substantial negotiations, and it would be undesirable to embark on negotiations until both sides are ready to pursue them with full commitment, a press release issued by Wilton Park has said today.

    Referring to the outcome of a Conference organised February 7-10, by Wilton Park, on behalf of the British Foreign Office, in Larnaca on ''Cyprus: The way forward'' the press release also said that ''the UNs detailed work over the years remains a good basis for future agreement, supported by the majority in both communities, on the constitutional and other arrangements needed for a successful united Cyprus.''

    [02] All occupation troops must withdraw from Cyprus, Spokesman says

    2105:CYPPRESS:14

    All occupation troops must withdraw from Cyprus, Spokesman says

    Nicosia, Feb 10 (CNA) -- Cyprus Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides has said the official position of the Cyprus Republic is that all occupation troops must withdraw from Cyprus.

    Invited to comment on a statement made by the President of the main opposition party Democratic Rally (DISY), who is currently visiting Turkey, as regards the occupation troops and the relations between the army and the government in Turkey, as well as the reactions to these statements by Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul, Chrysostomides said he did not want to comment on Nicos Anastasiades' visit to Turkey as it concerns the party itself.

    [03] DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM

    2110:CYPPRESS:15

    DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM

    Ankara, 10 February (CNA) -- A four-member delegation from the Greek Cypriot Democratic Rally party (DISI), in Turkey for contacts with the Justice and Development party of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, has outlined the changes it considers necessary in a UN-proposed solution plan to Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul.

    [04] Gul says Ankara will back solution agreed by both sides in Cyprus

    2135:CYPPRESS:16

    Gul says Ankara will back solution agreed by both sides in Cyprus

    by Maria Myles

    Ankara, 10 February (CNA) Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said here today that the Greek and Turkish Cypriot sides will have to agree on a political settlement, if one is to be found, adding that Ankara will back such a settlement.

    [05] DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM (REPEAT)

    2145:CYPPRESS:15

    DISY outlines changes in Annan Plan to Turkish FM

    by Maria Myles

    Ankara, Feb 10 (CNA) -- A four-member delegation from the Greek Cypriot Democratic Rally party (DISI), in Turkey for contacts with the Justice and Development party of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, has outlined the changes it considers necessary in a UN-proposed solution plan to Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul.

    [06] DISÉ and AKP support a just and viable settlement in Cyprus

    1025:CYPPRESS:17

    DISY and AKP support a just and viable settlement in Cyprus

    by Maria Myles

    Ankara, Feb 10 (CNA) -- Cyprus Democratic Rally Party (DISI) and Turkish Justice and Development Party (AKP) support a just and viable settlement of the Cyprus problem, DISY leader Nicos Anastasiades and AKP Vice President Shaban Dishly said today after consultations the delegations of the two parties had at AKP headquarters.

    Anastasiades said the meeting they discussed ways to further strengthen the two parties' relations.


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