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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 97-08-31

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Foreign Minister on European tour
  • [02] Cyprus committed to Commonwealth principles
  • [03] President expresses condolences over Diana's death

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    [01] Foreign Minister on European tour

    Nicosia, Aug 31 (CNA) -- Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides left early today for a tour to six European capitals during which he will meet with his European counterparts and other high ranking officials.

    Kasoulides will visit the three Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as well as Germany Luxembourg and Italy.

    During in Rome he will meet with his Italian counterpart Lamberto Dini who has recently made provocative statements concerning the existence of "two entities" in Cyprus.

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    [02] Cyprus committed to Commonwealth principles

    Nicosia, Aug 31 (CNA) -- Cyprus remains committed to promoting the fundamental principles and ideals of the Commonwealth and deeply appreciates its steadfast solidarity in efforts for a just solution to the Cyprus problem.

    This was pointed out last night by Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides speaking at an official dinner in honour of Commonwealth Secretary General Chief Emeka Anyaoku, currently visiting the island.

    Noting the consistent support of the Commonwealth to "a just and viable solution to the longstanding problem of Cyprus", Kasoulides expressed "deepest appreciation and gratitude for this steadfast solidarity to our struggle for freedom and justice", adding that Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meetings (CHOGM) Communiques, "speak eloquently on the situation in Cyprus" and "encourage us to continue our efforts" for a Cyprus settlement.

    He also stressed Cyprus' commitment "to further promoting the fundamental principles and ideals of the Commonwealth, as enshrined in the Singapore, Lusaka and Harare Declarations", adding that Cyprus will continue to co-operate with the Secretariat towards this end.

    "Cyprus has already participated in several election monitoring missions and has been actively involved in such working groups as those on the Criteria for Commonwealth Membership, on the Emergence of a Global Humanitarian Order and on Refugees and Displaced Persons", Kasoulides said.

    Chief Anyaoku is on a three-day official visit to Cyprus and he will be received tomorrow by President Glafcos Clerides and President of the House of Representatives Spyros Kyprianou to discuss recent developments in the Cyprus problem.

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    [03] President expresses condolences over Diana's death

    Nicosia, Aug 31 (CNA) -- President Glafcos Clerides sent a telegram to Britain's Queen Elisabeth II expressing his condolences over the tragic death of Princess Diana.

    Stressing his deep regret over the tragic death of Princess Diana, in a car crash, earlier today, President Clerides expresses his condolences and those of the government and the people of Cyprus.

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