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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 07-05-18

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


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  • [01] UN PRESIDENTIAL CANDITATES - CYPRUS PROBLEM

  • [01] UN PRESIDENTIAL CANDITATES - CYPRUS PROBLEM

    The three candidates for the US presidency, senators Hilary Clinton, Barack Obama and Joe Biden, appeared very supportive of Greece and the Greek principles and ideals, and assured the Greek Cypriot community they would strive for a different policy on behalf of the US Administration on the Cyprus problem.

    Speaking at the 23rd Congress of the International Coordinating Committee Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA), the United Hellenic American Congress (UHAC) and the Coordinated Effort of Hellenes (CEH), the candidates criticized the foreign policy followed by President George Bush.

    Biden warned the Greek Cypriots in the US not to expect too much from the rest of Bush`s term in office and criticized Turkish reactions to agreements signed by Cyprus with Lebanon and Egypt regarding oil deposits in the island`s exclusive economic zone.

    Clinton criticized Bush`s administration for not making efforts in the direction of solving the cyprus problem and noted that difficult problems cannot be solved by abandoning them.

    Obama said the US relied on Cyprus during hard times, such as the fight against terrorism and the crisis in Lebanon, and should strive for a Cyprus settlement, which would be mutually accepted and be based on international law, UN resolutions and EU principles.


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