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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 00-02-10

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  • [01] Cyprus fish exports - USA
  • [02] CFA - US university - Illegal regime
  • [03] Spokesman - National Council - Cyprus question

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    [01] Cyprus fish exports - USA

    Nicosia, Feb 10 (CNA) -- The United States is one of Cyprus' fastest- growing fresh fish export market, according to the Cyprus Embassy Trade Centre in New York.

    "Exports of fish from Cyprus have found eager buyers among sea food distributors in the US," said Dennis Droushiotis, Senior Trade Counsellor in New York.

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    [02] CFA - US university - Illegal regime

    Nicosia, Feb 10 (CNA) -- The Cyprus Federation of America protested to the President of the Central Connecticut State University for signing a so- called "protocol" for cooperation with the illegal "eastern Mediterranean university" in the Turkish-o ccupied part of Cyprus.

    In a letter to CCSU President Richard Judd, the President of the CFA Savas C. Tsivicos notes that the so-called "university" is located in the occupied areas of Cyprus and the premises it operates from are the legal property of a Greek Cypriot refugee family. Tsivicos makes an extensive reference to the results of the Turkish invasion and occupation of the island's northern third since 1974.

    CNA EC/GP/2000

    [03] Spokesman - National Council - Cyprus question

    Nicosia, Feb 10 (CNA) - President Glafcos Clerides will update National Council members on Friday on the second round of the UN-led proximity talks that took place in Geneva between January 31 to February 8.

    Political party leaders who comprise the National Council, top advisory body to the President on the handling of the Cyprus problem, will be able to raise any issues they want, Government Spokesman Michalis Papapetrou announced today.

    CNA EC/MA/2000
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