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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-06-02

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


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  • [01] UK says Turkish Cypriot announcement has no legal significance
  • [02] Clerides says Cyprus cannot be left out of EU enlargement

  • [01] UK says Turkish Cypriot announcement has no legal significance

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    UK says Turkish Cypriot announcement has no legal significance

    by Kyriacos Tsioupras London, Jun 2 (CNA) - The United Kingdom does not recognise the regime set up illegally in the Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus and thus the announcement from the Turkish Cypriot side regarding an increase of its "so-called territorial waters to a 12-mile limit" has no legal significance.

    [02] Clerides says Cyprus cannot be left out of EU enlargement

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    Clerides says Cyprus cannot be left out of EU enlargement

    Larnaca, Jun 2 (CNA) - President of the Republic Glafcos Clerides said today that it was not possible for Cyprus to be excluded from the group of countries to accede to the EU during the next enlargement of the bloc.

    Speaking at Larnaca Airport on his departure for Denmark, which will take over the rotating EU presidency for the second half of 2002, President Clerides also commented on the Turkish National Security Council recent decision, saying that Turkey does not appear to satisfactorily meet its obligations towards the EU for internal changes and reforms or on the Cyprus problem.

    Referring to the direct talks he is engaged in with Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash, with a view to solve the Cyprus problem, the President said they would be meeting again on Wednesday and possibly wrap up the issue of Security, which is one of the core issues of the Cyprus problem. The others are governance, territory and property.


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