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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 16-10-09

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Foreign Ministry activates emergency hotline for hurricane Matthew
  • [02] Greek FM says no to Turkey's intervention rights and troops in a

    reunified Cyprus

  • [03] Cyprus President outlines vision for development based on peace
  • [04] President Anastasiades to attend Athens event on Greeks who went

    missing in Cyprus


  • [01] Foreign Ministry activates emergency hotline for hurricane Matthew

    CNA - CYPRUS/Nicosia 9/10/2016 12:29

    The Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in the United States has activated an emergency hotline for Cypriots living in the areas that have been affected by hurricane Matthew and may require assistance.

    A Foreign Ministry announcement notes that so far no incident has been recorded involving Cypriot citizens.

    It is added that all Cypriot citizens who reside or are at the moment in the afflicted areas, may contact in case of emergency directly the Embassy in Washington at +1 202 681 1162.

    (CNA)

    *The full text of the news item is available in the paid version of the CNA web service.

    *CNA reserves the copyright to the news stories it files, which is granted to subscribers for specific use only.

    [02] Greek FM says no to Turkey's intervention rights and troops in a reunified Cyprus

    CNA - CYPRUS/Nicosia 9/10/2016 12:06

    Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias says Cyprus will need to have in the future friendly relations with neighbouring countries, without them retaining intervention rights or foreign troops on the island.

    In an interview with the Sunday edition of "Politis" newspaper, Kotzias also notes that Turkey has much more to gain as a "force of peace", instead of acting as a force of war and violence.

    He also points towards the diplomatic activity, following fresh geopolitical and energy developments, and says that these may provide the rationale for Ankara to follow a "low key policy" and one that contributes to the solution of the Cyprus problem.

    (CNA)

    *The full text of the news item is available in the paid version of the CNA web service.

    *CNA reserves the copyright to the news stories it files, which is granted to subscribers for specific use only.

    [03] Cyprus President outlines vision for development based on peace

    CNA - CYPRUS/Limassol 9/10/2016 12:00

    President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades outlined his vision for harmonious development throughout the island, on the basis of peaceful coexistence, and noted that, despite all disagreements, prudence and unity are essential. Speaking on Saturday at the inauguration ceremony of the reconstructed old harbour of Limassol, on the southern coast of Cyprus, the President of the Republic underlined the importance of steadily regaining the country`s credibility, through careful planning, in order to create the conditions that will lead to further growth.

    "What I envision - after also having met with a Turkish Cypriot classmate on my way here - is harmonious development throughout Cyprus, and creating the conditions that will truly allow us to live together in peace" in order to have a country "for which we will all feel proud", the President underlined.

    (CNA)

    *The full text of the news item is available in the paid version of the CNA web service.

    *CNA reserves the copyright to the news stories it files, which is granted to subscribers for specific use only.

    [04] President Anastasiades to attend Athens event on Greeks who went missing in Cyprus

    CNA - CYPRUS/Nicosia 9/10/2016 11:53

    President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades will address on Monday afternoon an event in the Greek capital, Athens, honoring Greek citizens who went missing following the 1974 Turkish invasion in Cyprus.

    According to an official announcement, President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos will also attend the event, while President Anastasiades will hand honorary diplomas to the relatives of the missing persons.

    Earlier, on Monday, the President of Cyprus will attend a working lunch, held in his honour by the Cyprus Union Of Shipowners.

    (CNA)

    *The full text of the news item is available in the paid version of the CNA web service.

    *CNA reserves the copyright to the news stories it files, which is granted to subscribers for specific use only.


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