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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 03-05-04

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


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  • [01] Flow to and from occupied areas continues unabated
  • [02] President: Discussions on measures must not replace negotiations

  • [01] Flow to and from occupied areas continues unabated

    1355:CYPPRESS:01

    Flow to and from occupied areas continues unabated

    Nicosia, May 4 (CNA) - A total of 4,951 Turkish Cypriots had crossed into the government-controlled areas of the Republic of Cyprus by 1100 today (0800 GMT) and 6,529 Greek Cypriots went to the Turkish occupied areas as the flow to and from the occupied areas continues unabated.

    A Police press release said by 11 pm today, 3,954 Turkish Cypriots crossed into the free areas from the Ledra Palace checkpoint, 583 through the Pergamos checkpoint and 414 through the Strovilia checkpoint.

    [02] President: Discussions on measures must not replace negotiations

    1410:CYPPRESS:02

    President: Discussions on measures must not replace negotiations

    Limassol, May 4 (CNA)--- President of the Republic Tassos Papadopoulos has warned that any appeal at present for a resumption of the UN-led peace talks would be tantamount to leading negotiations on the substance of the problem to discussions on confidence building measures.

    The President recalled that UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has told both sides in Cyprus very clearly that he wants them to indicate to him their readiness to put his peace proposal to a referendum without reopening its basic principles or essential trade offs.


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