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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 01-09-28

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <>


  • [01] Cyprus - Kuwait - Parliament
  • [02] President Clerides - Algerian Ambassador - Credentials
  • [03] Cyprus - Illegal immigrants - Vessel
  • [04] Cyprus Foreign Minister - Afghanistan - Statement
  • [05] National Council - Meeting

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    [01] Cyprus - Kuwait - Parliament

    Nicosia, Sep 28 (CNA) -- Cyprus is seeking help from Kuwait, a member of the Islamic Conference, to avert any attempt for recognition by Moslem nations of the illegal Turkish Cypriot regime in the Republic's Turkish- occupied areas.

    Kuwaiti parliamentarians, visiting the island, have said that the solution of the Cyprus question should be based on UN decisions and assured that their country does not accept foreign occupation and the results such a situation creates.

    The Kuwaiti delegation, led by the president of the Kuwait-Cyprus Parliamentary Friendship Group Mubarak al-Duwaila, was briefed on developments in the Cyprus peace process and the country's accession course to the European Union by Nicos Anastasiades, president of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

    CNA MM/GP/2001

    [02] President Clerides - Algerian Ambassador - Credentials

    Nicosia, Sep 28 (CNA) -- President Glafcos Clerides has said that the first and primary objective in his foreign policy has always been the just and viable solution of the Cyprus problem, adding that he is also seeking to secure Cyprus' rightful place within the European family of nations.

    Presenting his credentials to the President, Algerian Ambassador to Cyprus Ahmed Boudehri said he would work ceaselessly to develop further the friendly relations between the two countries and to boos the multi-faceted cooperation to the benefit of the two peoples.

    CNA MM/GP/2001

    [03] Cyprus - Illegal immigrants - Vessel

    Nicosia, Sep 28 (CNA) -- Cyprus authorities spotted last night a vessel, carrying 14 Iraqis illegal immigrants and two Syrians believed to be the crew, which they diverted to Lebanon.

    A police press release said here today coastguard police found the boat sailing southeast of Cyprus and guided it to a safe distance away from Cypriot territorial waters towards Lebanon, where it was believed to have sailed from. CNA/MK/GP/2001


    [04] Cyprus Foreign Minister - Afghanistan - Statement

    Nicosia, Sep 28 (CNA) -- Cyprus has no wish to get entangled in the internal affairs of Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides stressed here today, adding that press reports about a meeting next week on the island of Afghan factions are unfounded.

    "Cyprus does not wish to host on its soil any attempt aiming at involvement in the internal civil dispute in Afghanistan and take the side of any of the factions," the minister said after today's meeting of the National Council, the top advisory body to the President on the handling of the Cyprus question.

    Kasoulides dismissed press reports that Cyprus will become a centre where an Afghan government in exile will be set up. "This is simply not true," he underlined.

    Agency reports quoted former Afghan foreign minister Homayun Jarir as saying that he plans to visit Cyprus next week in a bid to convene and group Afghan factions in a coalition government against the ruling Taliban. Jarir was quoted as saying an effort was underway to set up a broad-based government to help the US and the international community.

    CNA MM/GP/2001

    [05] National Council - Meeting

    Nicosia, Sep 28 (CNA) -- Cyprus' National Council, comprising the eight parliamentary parties, unanimously condemned the terrorist attacks against the US, acting government spokesman Spyros Arotis announced here today.

    The Council, which met under President Glafcos Clerides, discussed the repercussions on the Cyprus question, following the attacks in the US, he said.

    CNA MM/GP/2001
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