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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-03-08

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


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  • [01] Cyprus and Ireland sign agreement on combating crime
  • [02] Religion and civilisation can unite people, speakers tell a meeting

  • [01] Cyprus and Ireland sign agreement on combating crime

    2040:CYPPRESS:10

    Cyprus and Ireland sign agreement on combating crime

    Nicosia, Mar 8 (CAN)--Cyprus and Ireland today signed an agreement for cooperation in the field of fighting illegal drug trafficking, money laundering, organized crime, terrorism and other serious crime.

    The agreement was signed in Dublin by Cyprus Minister of Justice and Public Order Nicos Kosis and Irish Minister of Justice, Equality and Law Reform John ODonoghue.

    [02] Religion and civilisation can unite people, speakers tell a meeting

    2130:CYPPRESS:11

    Religion and civilisation can unite people, speakers tell a meeting

    Nicosia, Mar 8 (CNA) -- The message that with mutual respect it is possible for all people, irrespective of religion, to live together in peace, was sent out by speakers from all over the world representing different religious denominations at a four-day international congress, entitled "Encounter of Religions and Civilisations."

    In his message to the congress, organised by the Cultural Foundation of Kykkos Monastery, President Glafcos Clerides said Cyprus has given proof that with mutual respect it is possible for Christians, Muslims, Maronites, Armenians and Latins to co-exist constructively and progress. He assured that the government will always cooperate in such efforts "that augur well for the future of the world."


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