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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 06-05-30

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


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  • [01] GREEK MINISTER - TURKEY

  • [01] GREEK MINISTER - TURKEY

    Turkey must understand that its European course runs from the Green Line dividing Cyprus, Greek Minister of Tourism Development Fani Palli Petralia has said, adding that Ankara should understand that tensions in the Aegean do not help its EU course.

    ``Turkey must understand that it must respect the international law before the EU member-states and must prove this in deed,`` Petralia said in statements after meeting the Cyprus President Tassos Papadoulos, adding that ``the EU should the catalyst for the solution of the Cyprus problem.``

    Petralia noted that ``Turkey must understand that its European path runs through the Green Line,`` adding that ``the tensions and all that has happened in the Aegean do not assist its European perspective.``

    The Greek Minister said that she discussed with Papadopoulos issues of common interest and mainly issues concerning tourism and tourism development.

    ``Cyprus and Greece as EU members have many new paths to follow and tourism, which is the comparative advantage between the two countries is one field that we can develop and we decided during my visit here that to continue the very close cooperation in the field of tourism,`` Petralia concluded.


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