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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 00-01-21

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <>


  • [01] House President - Health
  • [02] UN - Greece - Turkey
  • [03] Germany - Denktash visit
  • [04] House - T/C newspaper - Statement
  • [05] Sweden - Cyprus - Turkey - EU
  • [06] PACE - Cyprus delegation
  • [07] Russia - Bicommunal cooperation
  • [08] Cyprus - Venezuela - Financial aid
  • [09] Registration of Motor Vehicles - 1999

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    [01] House President - Health

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- Cyprus House President Spyros Kyprianou, who underwent major heart surgery on Thursday in a US clinic, is now recovering in the intensive care unit and is expected to stay in hospital for another seven days.

    According to a medical press release, Kyprianou had two by-pass operations at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohaio and his mitral heart valve repaired.



    [02] UN - Greece - Turkey

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has welcomed moves by Greece and Turkey to improve their bilateral relations and expressed hope this would contribute to a better future for the region.

    His comments came during the official first visit by a Greek Foreign Minister to Turkey for nearly four decades and only days before the UN- sponsored proximity talks between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot sides take place in Geneva (beginning 31 January).



    [03] Germany - Denktash visit

    by Maria Myles

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- Germany has stressed that an invitation to the Turkish Cypriot leader for a meeting with the country's foreign minister does not alter Berlin's legal position but is part of German efforts to contribute towards a Cyprus settlement.

    German diplomatic sources have told CNA that the invitation is part of the dialogue Germany maintains with all interested parties involved in the Cyprus question.



    [04] House - T/C newspaper - Statement

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- The Cyprus House Human Rights Committee "unreservedly" condemned the unacceptable decision of an illegal "court" in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus to prosecute Turkish Cypriot daily "Avrupa".

    A statement issued after yesterday's debate at the House Committee called on the Cyprus government and the House of Representatives to take measures to stop the persecution of the newspaper which was ordered to pay a huge "fine" for "defamatory" reports against Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash.

    CNA ITS/EC/GP/2000

    [05] Sweden - Cyprus - Turkey - EU

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- A solution to the "political dispute" in Cyprus would ease the course of the island's accession to the European Union (EU), Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh has said.

    The Swedish government also believes that a future accession of Cyprus to the EU will be to the interest of both sides on the island. The Swedish positions were conveyed in reply to a question by a leftist MP Sten Lundstrom who asked what Sweden intends to do to contribute to a solution to the Cyprus problem.

    CNA EC/GP/2000

    [06] PACE - Cyprus delegation

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- A delegation of the Cyprus House of Representatives leaves Sunday for Strasbourg to attend the winter session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to be held from 24 to 28 January.

    The highlights of the session will be the urgent debate on the conflict in Chechnya, debates on democracy and economic development, the threat posed to democracy by extremist parties and movements in Europe as well as the economic and social consequences of the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Greece.

    CNA MK/GP/2000

    [07] Russia - Bicommunal cooperation

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- Russian Ambassador to Cyprus Georgi Moyradov said Moscow had submitted to the UN more proposals for bicommunal cooperation on the island and stressed his country's desire for good relations with its neighbouring countries especially with those which can be influential in efforts for a Cyprus settlement.

    Speaking after a meeting here today with Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Nicos Rolandis, Mouradov said other than the proposals for the restoration of a Christian Orthodox Monastery and a Muslim Mosque, Russia had also proposed joint exploitation of water resources and UN use of the Fire Brigade.

    CNA FZ/MCH/GP/2000

    [08] Cyprus - Venezuela - Financial aid

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- Cyprus will grant Venezuela 20.000 US dollars financial aid to assist it in facing the grave consequences of the disastrous floods which hit the country last month killing thousands of people.

    The financial aid to Venezuela was approved by the Council of Ministers during its meeting yesterday.

    CNA FZ/MCH/GP/2000

    [09] Registration of Motor Vehicles - 1999

    Nicosia, Jan 21 (CNA) -- Japan remained the main supplier of motor vehicles to Cyprus and in 1999 Japanese motor vehicles accounted for 63% of total registrations followed by European Union countries with 26,1%.

    A report on "Registration of Motor Vehicles for 1999" issued by the Department of Statistics and Research of Ministry of Finance, says that total registrations of motor vehicles newly registered during 1999 decreased by 12,4%, compared with 1998.

    CNA FZ/GP/2000
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