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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 06-10-11

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


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  • [01] BARROSO - TURKEY
  • [02] CYPRIOT FM - ATHENS

  • [01] BARROSO - TURKEY

    European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso expressed scepticism on Wednesday about Turkey`s readiness to meet EU demands to open its ports and airports to traffic from EU member Cyprus.

    Speaking in Germany, he said "the signals that we are getting don`t give us much hope. They are not positive," he told when asked about the Cyprus issue.

    "But the talks continue", he added.

    [02] CYPRIOT FM - ATHENS

    Cypriot Minister of Foreign Affairs George Lillikas departs tomorrow for Greece for the informal meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Mediterranean EU member states at Athens` coastal district of Lagonisi (October 12-13).

    The meeting, a Greek government initiative, will also be attended by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia and Malta.

    The agenda includes issues regarding the future EU enlargement, the peace process in the Middle East, the Mediterranean dimension of the European Neighborhood Policy, illegal immigration and the creation of a crisis management mechanism.

    On the sidelines of the informal meeting, bilateral meetings will be held between the ministers.

    Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Dora Bakoyiannis and her Cypriot counterpart will meet Friday morning and exchange views on the latest developments in the Cyprus issue and Turkey`s EU course in view of the European Commission`s progress report, which will be issued in November.


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