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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 03-05-18

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Papadopoulos says no ''embargo'' on Turkish Cypriots
  • [02] AHI urges Bush to make positive move on Cyprus
  • [03] Mavronicolas says measures should lead to settlement
  • [04] Iacovou says time for Erdogan to deal with problems
  • [05] President dismisses Denktash's allegations about execution

  • [01] Papadopoulos says no ''embargo'' on Turkish Cypriots

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    Papadopoulos says no ''embargo'' on Turkish Cypriots

    Larnaca, May 18 (CNA) - The Republic of Cyprus has not imposed any ''embargo'' on the Turkish Cypriots, President Tassos Papadopoulos stressed here yesterday, adding that the restrictions are imposed by international obligations and international organisations.

    [02] AHI urges Bush to make positive move on Cyprus

    1130:CYPPRESS:02

    AHI urges Bush to make positive move on Cyprus

    Nicosia, May 18 (CNA) - American Hellenic Institute (AHI) General Counsel Gene Rossides has sent a letter to US President George Bush urging him to make a positive move towards a solution of the Cyprus problem, for the time is propitious. ''The time is propitious for positive movement on a just and viable solution of the Cyprus problem'', Rossides writes in his letter.

    [03] Mavronicolas says measures should lead to settlement

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    Mavronicolas says measures should lead to settlement

    Larnaca, May 18 (CNA) -- The Greek Cypriot side aims to preserve all the measures taken so far, so that the free movement of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots to and from the occupied areas constitutes the commencement of a broader effort to solve the Cyprus question, Defence Minister Kyriakos Mavronicolas said here today.

    Speaking on his departure for Brussels to attend to an EU Defence Ministers Summit, Mavronicolas said that the Turkish Cypriot side should be reminded of its obligation to present a different policy regarding the Cyprus question ''so that we would not be confined to these measures which do not lead to the desired outcome''.

    [04] Iacovou says time for Erdogan to deal with problems

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    Iacovou says time for Erdogan to deal with problems

    Larnaca, May 18 (CNA) -- Cypriot Minister of Foreign Affairs Georgios Iacovou said it was time for Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to stop confining himself to slogans and aphorisms but to face the existing problems. Iacovou was commenting on Erdogan's decision to allow Greek Cypriots to travel to Turkey as long as they do so through the Turkish occupied areas of the Republic.

    [05] President dismisses Denktash's allegations about execution

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    President dismisses Denktash's allegations about execution

    Nicosia, May 18 (CNA) - President of the Republic of Cyprus Tassos Papadopoulos has dismissed as a ''fabrication in bad taste'' allegations by Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash that there was talk about his execution on his arrest when he returned to the island in October 1967.


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