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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 00-09-27

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <>


  • [01] Cyprus peace talks - UN resolutions
  • [02] Cyprus - Drugs
  • [03] Cyprus delegation - Lebanon - Illegal immigrants
  • [04] Greek New Democracy Party delegation - Visit to Cyprus
  • [05] Cyprus - Drugs - Interpol
  • [06] Cyprus - CoE - Revised Charter

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    [01] Cyprus peace talks - UN resolutions

    By Maria Myles New York, Sep 27 (CNA)-- The UN consider that they are not only obliged to take into full consideration UN resolutions on Cyprus, in the context of the peace process, but believe they are also committed to respect them, reliable diplomatic sources have said.

    They also note that the UN feel they have engaged the Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash in substantive talks, without giving in to his unacceptable demands for recognition of his status or acknowledgment of his self-styled regime in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus.

    CNA MM/GP/2000

    [02] Cyprus - Drugs

    Nicosia, Sep 27 (CNA) -- Thirty-five kilos of a white substance believed to be cocaine, of street value of over four million Cyprus pounds, (approx. 6.5 million US dollars) was found late Tuesday.

    Police will further search today the container in which the drugs were found, a police spokesman told CNA.

    CNA MK/MA/GP/2000

    [03] Cyprus delegation - Lebanon - Illegal immigrants

    Nicosia, Sep 27 (CNA) -- A high-level Cypriot delegation leaves this afternoon for Beirut to meet the authorities of the country and discuss differences between the two countries over whether or not some 275 illegal immigrants that arrived on the island's shores earlier this month came from Lebanon.

    The delegation, headed by Interior Ministry Permanent Secretary Kyriacos Triantafyllides and comprising policy deputy chief Nathanael Papageorgiou and Foreign Ministry officers, is expected to stay in Lebanon for about two days, depending on developments in their meetings.

    CNA ITS/MA/GP/2000

    [04] Greek New Democracy Party delegation - Visit to Cyprus

    Nicosia, Sep 27 (CNA) -- President of the Greek New Democracy Party Costas Karamanlis is coming to Cyprus this weekend to be briefed on the latest developments in the Cyprus question, in the light of the fourth round of UN- led talks that concluded in New York yesterday.

    Greece's main opposition party leader, who is arriving Saturday heading a five- member delegation, will call on President Glafcos Clerides and meet leaders of all Cypriot political parties.

    CNA MA/GP/2000

    [05] Cyprus - Drugs - Interpol

    Nicosia, Sep 27 (CNA) - Cyprus Police officers are in contact with Interpol to determine the whereabouts of persons behind a cocaine trafficking case.

    Police found 35 kilos of good-quality cocaine, with a street value of over four million Cyprus pounds (approx. 6.5 million US dollars) last night in cartons labelled as olives, stacked in a container in a bonded warehouse in the village of Ypsonas, near the southern port town of Limassol.



    [06] Cyprus - CoE - Revised Charter

    Strasbourg, Sep 27 (CNA) - Cyprus Labour and Social Insurance Minister Andreas Moushouttas handed here today the instrument of ratification of the Revised European Social Charter to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe (CoE) Walter Schwimmer.

    Speaking at the ceremony Moushouttas described the Charter, that will enter into force for Cyprus on 1st November 2000, as a very important international treaty in the field of social policy and praised its contribution to the European integration.


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