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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 16-10-19

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Cyprus President to take part in Maastricht EPP Summit, then Brussels

    EU Summit

  • [02] There are testimonies on missing persons which have not yet been

    assessed, Commissioner says

  • [03] Cooperation between Ireland and Cyprus of vital importance,

    says President

  • [04] Schulz: It would be an historical failure, if the EU is abolished

  • [01] Cyprus President to take part in Maastricht EPP Summit, then Brussels EU Summit

    CNA - Cyprus/NICOSIA 19/10/2016 17:19

    President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades concludes a two-day official visit to Dublin on Wednesday and departs for Maastricht, where he is set to take part in an EPP Summit on Thursday, and then for Brussels for a European Council which will discuss migration, trade and Russia.

    President Anastasiades will be taking part in the celebrations of the EPP on the occasion of 25 years since the Treaty of Maastricht, an official press release says.

    On Wednesday evening he is set to have a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, in Brussels.

    (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] There are testimonies on missing persons which have not yet been assessed, Commissioner says

    CNA - CYPRUS/Nicosia 19/10/2016 17:05

    Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Issues, Photis Photiou, has said that there are testimonies as regards the fate of the missing persons in Cyprus, which have not been assessed 42 years after the Turkish invasion of the island.

    Photiou presented on Wednesday, during a press conference, a project for the digitalisation of the archives of the Service for Missing Persons, comprising 2000 dossiers. He noted that dozens of testimonies and information for the sites where individuals went missing have been digitalised, adding that documents have been digitalised based on the categories used by the Service for Missing Persons, which are over 15.

    (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] Cooperation between Ireland and Cyprus of vital importance, says President

    CNA - Cyprus/NICOSIA 19/10/2016 16:56

    Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has said that in these turbulent times the cooperation between Ireland and Cyprus is of vital importance.

    He was addressing an event at the Dublin Mansion House, on Wednesday, where he was received by the Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr.

    President Anastasiades signed the visitors` book expressing his thanks to Carr and the municipal council and the citizens of Dublin for their warm hospitality.

    (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] Schulz: It would be an historical failure, if the EU is abolished

    CNA - Maria Myles - Brussels/Belgium 19/10/2016 16:44

    If the European Union is abolished, that would be "an historical failure", the President of the European Parliament Martin Schutz said, replying to questions from the media, at the end of a three-day seminar on the Future of Europe, organised by the European Parliament, which concluded today.

    In his closing remarks, he said that the EU is "running a risk of falling apart" and he himself has no illusion as to where the situation is.

    He referred specifically to Brexit, noting that the June 23 decision of the British people "makes the EU and the UK weaker", noting that the second largest economy of the Union is leaving.

    (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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