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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 00-09-06

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  • [01] President Clerides - UN Secretary-General - Meeting
  • [02] Central Bank Governor - Interest rates liberalisation
  • [03] Cyprus government - Greek ambassador - Turkey - EU
  • [04] Interior Minister - Hannover - Conference
  • [05] Government Spokesman - Cyprus talks

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    [01] President Clerides - UN Secretary-General - Meeting

    by Maria Chrysanthou New York, Sep 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides has said he is satisfied with a meeting he had late last night with UN Secretary-General, as Kofi Annan appears determined to back a substantive dialogue to reach a settlement in Cyprus.

    Talking to reporters in New York after the 20-minute meeting at UN headquarters, President Clerides said "we exchanged views on this issue (the Cyprus talks), the issue of Strovilia and the case of missing persons in Cyprus."

    CNA MCH/MA/GP/2000

    [02] Central Bank Governor - Interest rates liberalisation

    Nicosia, Sep 6 (CNA) -- The liberalisation of interest rates, to be introduced on January 1st 2001, will have only positive effects on the Cyprus economy and will most probably result in lower rates, Central Bank Governor Afxentis Afxentiou has said.

    Speaking to CNA, Afxentiou expressed confidence the introduction of liberalisation should not be delayed, as the preconditions the House of Representatives had set in order to pass the relevant Bill are almost met.

    CNA GG/GP/2000

    [03] Cyprus government - Greek ambassador - Turkey - EU

    Nicosia, Sep 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus Government Spokesman Michalis Papapetrou and outgoing Greek ambassador in Nicosia Kyriacos Rodousakis today expressed certainty that the Cyprus issue will be included in Turkey's European Union accession partnership, in accordance with decisions taken by the 15 member- states.

    Invited to comment on a letter on the issue sent by Turkish Foreign Minister Ismael Cem to all EU member states, Rodousakis also said it is up to Ankara to keep up with the good climate created between Greece and Turkey, while the Cypriot official said the Cyprus peace talks will definitely affect Turkey's relations with the EU.

    CNA MK/MA/GP/2000

    [04] Interior Minister - Hannover - Conference

    Nicosia, Sep 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus Interior Minister Christodoulos Christodoulou left today for Hannover, Germany, to participate in the 12th Conference of the Regional Planning Ministers from the Council of Europe member states.

    Ministers from all 41 Council of Europe member states are expected to participate in the two-day Conference, which opens tomorrow.

    CNA GG/GP/2000

    [05] Government Spokesman - Cyprus talks

    Nicosia, Sep 6 (CNA) - Cyprus Government Spokesman, Michalis Papapetrou, said today that the Greek Cypriot side had not been sounded out on a possible fifth round of proximity talks on the Cyprus problem, stressing moreover that nothing of the sort had been agreed.

    Commenting on a statement yesterday by UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, Papapetrou expressed the government's satisfaction "with the fact that the Secretary-General shares the view that the preliminary stage has been completed and that now we must get into the substantive stage, into real negotiations", noting that this position must now be put into action.


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