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TURKISH CYPRIOT PRESS AND OTHER MEDIA (Cyprus PIO review)

From: Panayiotis Zaphiris <pzaphiri@Glue.umd.edu>

Republic of Cyprus Press and Information Office Directory

TURKISH PRESS

AND OTHER MEDIA

29/96 13.2.94

NEWS ITEMS

  • [01] Denktash insists on Turkey's guarantees

  • [02] English import firm will not accept certificates issued from ports in the occupied area.


    No.29/96 13.2.96

    NEWS ITEMS

    [01] Denktash insists on Turkey's guarantees

    According to KIBRIS (13.2.96), Rauf Denktash had separate meetings with Lieutenant-General Hasan Kundakci, Commander in Chief of the Turkish occupation forces in Cyprus, as well as with the three arms commanders of the occupation army.

    During the meetings the latest crisis in the Aegean was discussed. Denktash briefed them on the latest developments and claimed that it is once more proved that Turkey's guarantees are necessary and any move to change this will mark the end of the intercommunal talks. (A.Th/EF)

    [02] English import firm will not accept certificates issued from ports in the occupied area

    According to KIBRIS (13.2.96) the English firm Simson's Fisheries, which imported dairy products from the occupied area to the UK for the last six years, notified the Turkish Cypriot firm Polarfoods Ismail Beydola and Sons that it will no longer accept accompanying documents/certificates issued from ports in the occupied area. The paper says this constitutes a heavy blow to the exports of dairy products from the occupied area to the UK. (A.Th/EF)

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