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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 99-10-06

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

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Council of Europe - Turkey - Cyprus - Resolution
  • [02] "Cyprus Agrifair" - "Watertech" - Exhibitions
  • [03] "Nikiforos '99" - Precision exercises
  • [04] Labour Minister - European Institute of Social Security
  • [05] Attorney General - Council of Europe - Turkey
  • [06] Famagusta Municipality - Illegal excavations - Protest
  • [07] New Stadium - Inauguration
  • [08] Cyprus - Intertanko Executive Committee
  • [09] European Parliament - Cyprus - Turkey

  • 1730:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] Council of Europe - Turkey - Cyprus - Resolution

    by Maria Myles

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has strongly urged Turkey in a resolution to comply with a European Court of Human Rights decision calling on Ankara to pay compensation to a Greek Cypriot for continuous violation of her human rights in Cyprus.

    Today's development was welcomed by many quarters, including legal circles, who described it as an additional pressure lever on Turkey to meet its obligations to the CoE and who pointed out that it would be rather difficult for Turkey to push for candidacy status in the European Union at a time when it refuses to abide by European norms and regulations.

    The Committee, which met today in Strasbourg, adopted by 36 votes in favour, one against and one abstention an interim resolution which "strongly urges Turkey to review its position and to pay the just satisfaction awarded in this case in accordance with the conditions set out by the European Court of Human Rights so as to ensure that Turkey, as a high contracting party, meets its obligation under the Convention (European Convention on Human Rights)."

    Titina Loizidou, the Greek Cypriot who won her case against Turkey before the Court, told CNA that "today's decision reaffirms that the system (for protecting human rights) should work and that this same system, which issued the judgement, must implement its own decisions."

    CNA MM/GP/1999
    1740:CYPPRESS:02

    [02] "Cyprus Agrifair" - "Watertech" - Exhibitions

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- The "11th Cyprus Agrifair" and "Watertech", two specialised exhibitions of the Cyprus State Fairs Authority, will open on October 13 in Nicosia.

    The five-day exhibitions will be inaugurated by Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides on Wednesday, October 13.

    CNA IT/GG/GP/1999
    1800:CYPPRESS:03

    [03] "Nikiforos '99" - Precision exercises

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- As the annual military manoeuvres come to a close, the political and military leadership has described this year's exercises in glowing colours and said this was one of the best manoeuvres ever.

    President Glafcos Clerides referred to the precision and the coordination that prevailed during the exercises and thanked Greece for its participation with jet fighters, parachutists, naval and land forces.

    CNA RM/MM/GP/1999
    1820:CYPPRESS:09

    [04] Labour Minister - European Institute of Social Security

    Limassol, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus Labour and Social Insurance Minister Andreas Moushouttas opened here today a four-day seminar of the European Institute of Social Security with the participation of 100 representatives from 20 European countries.

    Addressing participants, the Cypriot Minister said the foundations of modern social security were laid down in the 19th century with the industrial development in Europe, a consequence of which was the establishment of the working class and the need for the introduction of various measures for its protection.

    CNA FZ/GP/1999
    1830:CYPPRESS:05

    [05] Attorney General - Council of Europe - Turkey

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus' Attorney General Alecos Markides expressed hope here today that Turkey will comply with a decision of the European Court of Human Rights to respect the human rights of Greek Cypriot Titina Loizidou after an urgent call from the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to abide by the judgement.

    He also said the concerted effort, by the government and the lawyers involved in the Loizidou case will continue to work for the execution of the Court ruling.

    CNA GG/MM/GP/1999
    1930:CYPPRESS:06

    [06] Famagusta Municipality - Illegal excavations - Protest

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- The mayor of the Turkish-occupied town of Famagusta has appealed to UNESCO to halt the illegal excavations in one of Cyprus' ancient kingdom-cities, Salamis (on the north of Famagusta).

    The mayor notes that Salamis represents part of Cyprus' historical and cultural roots and called on the UN organisation to intervene and save this ancient site.

    CNA MM/GP/1999
    1940:CYPPRESS:07

    [07] New Stadium - Inauguration

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus' largest stadium was inaugurated here today by President Glafcos Clerides, who said the new stadium, just south of the capital, will mark a brilliant start to a new centenary.

    The stadium can sit 26.000 spectators, has auxiliary football pitches and other grounds and so far it has cost more than 8.5 million Cyprus (about 17 m. US dollars).

    CNA MM/GP/1999
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY
    2010:CYPPRESS:08

    [08] Cyprus - Intertanko Executive Committee

    Limassol, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus Communications and Works Minister Averof Neofytou said here tonight that Cyprus is a "maritime centre" and the registry is only one part of the maritime infrastructure.

    Addressing a meeting of the Intertanko Executive Committee Neofytou said "Cyprus offers services to owners that go beyond the provision of a colourful flag for the stern of the ship, making Cyprus unique in the field of maritime affairs".

    CNA FZ/GP/1999
    2130: CYPPRESS:09

    [09] European Parliament - Cyprus - Turkey

    Brussels, Oct 6 (CNA) -- The European Parliament has called on Turkey to contribute actively to the search for a settlement in Cyprus on the basis of UN resolutions without jeopardising European Union - Cyprus accession negotiations.

    The EU, admitting that Turkey does not fulfill all the political criteria for accession, maintains that it should afford the country candidate status in its December summit.

    CNA NB/MM/FZ/1999
    ENDS, CYPRUS NEWS AGENCY

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