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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 01-10-06

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  • [01] Cyprus - Foreign Minister - Minister - EU - Brussels
  • [02] Cyprus - Terrorism - Attorney General
  • [03] Cyprus - House President - Human Rights - Conference

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    [01] Cyprus - Foreign Minister - Minister - EU - Brussels

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides will fly to Brussels next Monday to address the 20th meeting of the Cyprus - EU Joint Parliamentary Committee.

    An official press release said that during his stay in Brussels Kasoulides will meet EU Foreign and Security Common Policy High Representative Javier Solana and EU enlargement Commissioner Gunter Verheugen.



    [02] Cyprus - Terrorism - Attorney General

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA)-- Cyprus Áttorney General Alecos Markides has said Cyprus despite its small size and the problems it is facing, will contribute in the best possible way to the struggle aiming at combating terrorism.

    Addressing the 24th meeting of Council of Europe's Justice Ministers that took place in Moscow, October 3-5, Markides said that the Republic of Cyprus is determined to implement all the CoE resolutions as well as UN Security Council's and UN General Assembly's resolutions referring to terrorism, adding that as a candidate country for EU membership Cyprus also adopts EU common policy regarding terrorism. CNA/GS/MK/2001


    [03] Cyprus - House President - Human Rights - Conference

    Nicosia, Oct 6 (CNA) -- Cyprus House President Demetris Christofias called today for support in Cyprus' efforts for the execution of European Court of Human Rights' (ECHR) rulings, naming Turkey as a country blatantly violating human rights in Cyprus.

    Addressing an International Conference on Human Rights, which took place today in the southern coastal town of Limassol, Christofias noted that since the Turkish invasion of the island in 1974, Turkey constantly violates Cyprus people's human rights and fundamental freedoms, such as their freedom of movement, settlement and property and exercises an inhuman policy of ethnic cleansing, while the presence and constant upgrading of its occupying forces on the island generates a feeling of insecurity. CNA/GS/MK/2001


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