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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 03-06-07

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] London's position on Strovilia has not changed
  • [02] Two different approaches on EU measures concerning trade
  • [03] Greek and Turkish Cypriots continue to cross the divide
  • [04] Jacques Rogge to visit Cyprus
  • [05] Foreign Minister to hold meetings with UN and US officials
  • [06] Every port must operate under government supervision

  • [01] London's position on Strovilia has not changed

    1215:CYPPRESS:01

    London's position on Strovilia has not changed

    by Kyriakos Tsioupras

    London, Jun 7(CNA) Britain regrets any change in the status quo in the Strovilia area, including the latest change and supports the UN view that the pre-June 2000 quo should be restored.

    [02] Two different approaches on EU measures concerning trade

    1240:CYPPRESS:02

    Two different approaches on EU measures concerning trade

    Nicosia, Jun 7 (CNA) -- Two different approaches have emerged on trade, as suggested in an EU package of economic measures for the Turkish Cypriots applicable prior to a political settlement, between the EU delegation and Cypriot officials on one hand and the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the other.

    [03] Greek and Turkish Cypriots continue to cross the divide

    1320:CYPPRESS:03

    Greek and Turkish Cypriots continue to cross the divide

    [04] Jacques Rogge to visit Cyprus

    1335:CYPPRESS:04

    Jacques Rogge to visit Cyprus

    Valetta, Jun 7 (CNA)-- President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Jacques Rogge will visit Cyprus next Autumn.

    [05] Foreign Minister to hold meetings with UN and US officials

    1445:CYPPRESS:05

    Foreign Minister to hold meetings with UN and US officials

    Nicosia, Jun 7 (CNA) Cyprus Foreign Minister, Georgios Iacovou leaves tomorrow for the US where he will hold meetings with senior UN and US officials.

    An official press release says Iacovou will visit New York from June 8 to 10, where he will meet with United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, President of the UN General Assembly Jan Kavan, Deputy UN Secretary General Sir Kieran Prendergast and Annan's Special Adviser on Cyprus Alvaro de Soto.

    Iacovou will also meet with the Representatives of the five permanent members of the Security Council, while he will sign the International Criminal Court's Agreement on Privileges and Immunities.

    The Cypriot Minister will then visit Washington from 10-14 June, where he will hold meetings with US Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Colin Powell, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice and the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Dennis Hastert.

    In the US capital, Iacovou will also meet with members of the Senate and the Congress, former US presidential special emissary on Cyprus, Richard Holbrooke, as well as members of think tanks. He will also address a gathering organised by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies and the Western Policy Centre.

    [06] Every port must operate under government supervision

    1640:CYPPRESS:06

    Every port must operate under government supervision

    Limassol, Jun 7 (CNA) -- Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos stressed here today that every port of the island must operate under the total responsibility and supervision of the legal government of the Cyprus Republic.

    ''Clearly and categorically I state that no port can operate unless it is under the total responsibility and supervision of the legal government of the Cyprus Republic'', Papadopoulos underlined, replying to a question regarding recent speculation concerning the opening of the Turkish occupied town of Famagusta port.

    Invited to say whether the government has made clear its views on the matter to the European Union, Papadopoulos said ''more than clear. It is neither a matter under discussion nor negotiable''.


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