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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-07-14

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Foreign Minister: I will listen and offer our services
  • [02] Top UN Cyprus envoy returns for resumption of talks
  • [03] Parties condemn 1974 coup - Commemoration services take plac

  • [01] Foreign Minister: I will listen and offer our services

    1025:CYPPRESS:01

    Foreign Minister: I will listen and offer our services

    Nicosia, Jul 14 (CNA) -- Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides leaves tonight for an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian Territories "to listen and offer Cyprus' services with a view to promote peace in our region."

    [02] Top UN Cyprus envoy returns for resumption of talks

    1140:CYPPRESS:02

    Top UN Cyprus envoy returns for resumption of talks

    Nicosia, Jul 14 (CNA) -- Alvaro de Soto, UN Secretary General's special adviser on Cyprus, returns to the island later today for Tuesday's joint meeting with the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot sides, that marks the resumption of the direct talks, after a short break.

    [03] Parties condemn 1974 coup - Commemoration services take plac

    1330:CYPPRESS:03

    Parties condemn 1974 coup - Commemoration services take place

    Nicosia, Jul 14 (CNA) -- Commemorative church services took place today to mark the 28th anniversary of the military coup of 15 July 1974, that preceded the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.

    Parliamentary parties issued statements to condemn the coup, engineered by the military junta ruling Greece at the time, and stressed their adherence to democratic principles.

    Parties also said that lessons must be learnt from the events of July 1974, when the legal government of the late Archbishop Makarios was toppled, a development that gave Ankara a pretext to invade, purportedly to protect the Turkish Cypriot community on the island and restore the constitutional order.


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