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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 07-05-21

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


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  • [01] ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS - VISIT - CYPRUS
  • [02] CULTURE MINISTERS - BOLOGNA PROCESS - SO CALLED UNIVERSITIES

  • [01] ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS - VISIT - CYPRUS

    Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in America, Archbishop Demetrios, will visit Cyprus July 2-6, at the invitation of Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos. During his visit he will inaugurate a vocational training seminar for 22 teachers at Greek schools overseas.

    Demetrios will also attend a ceremony during which two veteran Greek American politicians, former Congressman John Bradimas and former senator Paul Sarbanes, will be decorated by President Papadopoulos. He will also attend a concert at the Presidential Palace, to be given by the Metropolitan Archbishopric youth choir.

    This is the second official visit of Archbishop Demetrios to Cyprus during a two-year period.

    During his stay on the island, Demetrios will also meet among others with Archbishop of Cyprus Christostomos II, the members of the Holy Synod of the Church of Cyprus and Education Minister Akis Kleanthous.

    [02] CULTURE MINISTERS - BOLOGNA PROCESS - SO CALLED UNIVERSITIES

    Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture Akis Kleanthous told CNA that the accession of the Turkish Cypriot illegal regime`s so called universities to the Bologna Process is no longer an issue.

    The issue was tabled by the Turkish delegation, during the 5th Bologna conference of Ministers responsible for Higher Education which took place in London 16-18 May 2007.

    In her intervention against this demand by the Turkish side, Greek Education Minister Marietta Yiannakou underlined that a fundamental principle of the Bologna Process was that this is an intergovernmental process, a principle which could not be violated.


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