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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 98-09-12

Cyprus News Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Uruguay - New Cyprus ambassador
  • [02] Cyprus Left-wing Party - Primakov
  • [03] Seminar - Justice, Peace and Human Rights
  • [04] Greek Ministers - Icon

  • 1125:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] Uruguay - New Cyprus ambassador

    Nicosia, Sep 12 (CNA) -- Uruguay President Julio Mario Sanguinetti has expressed his support to a peaceful settlement of the Cyprus problem, based on UN resolutions and principles.

    Receiving the credentials of Christos Psilogenis as the new Cyprus ambassador to Uruguay, Sanguinetti reiterated his country's solidarity with the people of Cyprus, according to an official announcement.

    After the official ceremony, on Thursday, Psilogenis briefed the Uruguay President and Alternate Foreign Minister Roberto Rodriguez Pioli on the latest developments in the Cyprus problem.

    He reiterated that the government supports a settlement in Cyprus based on UN resolutions, the demilitarisation of the island and respect of the human rights of all Cypriots.

    CNA MA/RM/1998
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    1200:CYPPRESS:02

    [02] Cyprus Left-wing Party - Primakov

    Nicosia, Sep 12 (CNA) -- Left-wing AKEL Secretary-General Dimitris Christofias has congratulated Yevgeny Primakov for his election as Russia's new Prime Minister and expressed the hope that he will manage to lead Russia out of the present crisis.

    In a congratulatory telegram, Christofias expresses the conviction that "a strong Russia has a positive and important role to play in tackling international problems which have arisen from the so-called new world order."

    Referring to Turkey's 24-year occupation of 37 per cent of Cyprus' territory, Christofias says he is convinced Primakov will continue to follow the principles guiding Russian policy towards the Cyprus problem until today as well as Moscow's increased interest in a settlement.

    The leader of the left-wing party, which has always maintained close ties with Russia, reassures his party "will continue to actively work towards the further development of the friendly relations between the Russian Federation and the Cyprus Republic in all fields".

    CNA MA/RM/1998
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
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    [03] MECC Seminar - Justice, Peace and Human Rights

    Nicosia, Sep 12 (CNA) -- Around fourty persons from Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Syria and Cyprus are taking part in the 4th Annual Training Seminar, the Justice, Peace and Human Rights Programme of the Middle East Council of Churches (MECC), that is underway in the eastern coastal town of Ayia Napa.

    The Cyprus problem as well as awareness and education of human rights principles are among the issues discussed at the seminar, that began September 10 and ends on the 17th.

    Greek Cypriot Nicos Anastasiou and Turkish Cypriot poet Neshe Yasin presented the Cyprus problem from a peace building prospective as well as recent Cyprus history in a manner of acknowledging the pain and suffering of both sides at the seminar.

    The seminar aims at offering new skills and ways to deal with conflict situations and work towards their resolution and the organisers anticipate that the participants will share and apply these principles upon returning home.

    CNA RM/MA/1998
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
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    [04] Greek Ministers - Icon

    Nicosia, Sep 12 (CNA) -- Greek Cultural Minister Evangelos Venizelos and Foreign Under-Secretary Yiannos Kranidiotis will return to the Orthodox Church an icon stolen from a church in the Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus, during a special ceremony to be held on Monday.

    The two Greek officials will be arriving in Cyprus on the same day and during their stay they will have meetings with officials and the Primate of the Church, Archbishop Chrysostomos.

    The icon, depicting Virgin Mary, was stolen from the 12th century Church of Antifonitis, in Ayios Amvrosios village in the Turkish occupied Kyrenia district.

    It was sold by Turks in the international black market and was bought be a Greek selector.

    The precious icon will be handed to Archbishop Chrysostomos after a Greek government decision.

    CNA MA/GG/1998
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    CNA ENDS
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