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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (PM), 00-10-31

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Bicommunal programme - Dyslexic children
  • [02] President Clerides - Departure - Cyprus talks

  • 1500:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] Bicommunal programme - Dyslexic children

    Nicosia, Oct 31 (CNA) -- A bicommunal programme, entitled "Assistance for dyslexic children", is being launched in the context of UNOPS programmes and aims at bringing together Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot parents and professionals, to assist children with dyslexia from both communities of Cyprus.

    Speaking at a press conference today, President of the Cyprus Dyslexia Association (CDA) Dina Zakou said that in the northern occupied areas of Cyprus, there is no organised association to assist or provide information regarding people with dyslexia. CNA/MK/RM/RG/2000

    1700:CYPPRESS:02

    [02] President Clerides - Departure - Cyprus talks

    Nicosia, Oct 31 (CNA) - Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides departed today for Geneva, where he will take part in the fifth round of UN-led proximity talks on the Cyprus problem, aimed at preparing the ground for substantive negotiations leading to a comprehensive settlement.

    Speaking on his departure, President Clerides said time was working against the two sides and that the de facto situation on the island benefited neither Greek nor Turkish Cypriots. CNA/RG/RM/2000

    CNA ENDS


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