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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 05-05-16

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Israeli FM: we do not encourage investment in occupied Cyprus
  • [02] Cyprus envoy begins consultations at UN headquarters
  • [03] Cyprus President: no preconditions, no restrictions for new tallks - CORRECTION
  • [04] Cyprus FM meets Israeli President and Vice Premiers

  • [01] Israeli FM: we do not encourage investment in occupied Cyprus

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    Israel FM: we do not encourage investment in occupied Cyprus

    by Athena Arsalidou

    Jerusalem, May 16 (CNA) -- Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom has reassured the government of Cyprus that his country does not encourage investment in Greek Cypriot properties in the Turkish occupied area of the island, adding that he would issue a travel advisory on the matter on the Ministry's official site.

    Cyprus Foreign Minster George Iacovou, in Israel for an official visit, told CNA after a working lunch here with Shalom, that his Israeli counterpart underlined that his country does not encourage investment in occupied Cyprus but as a democratic country it cannot prohibit its citizens from doing so.

    [02] Cyprus envoy begins consultations at UN headquarters

    2130:CYPPRESS:19

    Cyprus envoy begins consultations at UN headquarters

    by Apostolis Zoupaniotis

    United Nations, May 16 (CNA) The first investigative meeting between Cyprus Presidents envoy to the UN Ambassador Tasos Tzionis and UN Under Secretary General for political affairs Sir Kieran Prendergast took place today at the UN headquarters.

    In statements after the meeting, Tzionis said that the discussion ''focused on procedural matters'' with regard to the likely resumption of negotiations.

    He said discussions will continue this week. A second meeting is due to take place on Tuesday.

    [03] Cyprus President: no preconditions, no restrictions for new tallks - CORRECTION

    2140:CYPPRESS:20

    Cyprus President:No conditions, no restrictions for new talks

    Larnaca, May 16 (CNA) -- Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos has said that there should be no conditions, no restrictions and no other predetermined issues during a new round of Cyprus talks, stressing that ''no talks will start if the prerequisites for success are not there''.

    Papadopoulos said the meetings of his emissary to the UN Ambassador Tasos Tzionis beginning today would cover both procedural and substantial issues relating to negotiations, if these are to resume.

    Speaking to the press yesterday prior to his departure for Warsaw, Poland, to attend the Third Summit of the Council of Europe, Papadopoulos said ''we have undertaken the commitment to keep these consultations confidential, to the extent possible.''

    [04] Cyprus FM meets Israeli President and Vice Premiers

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    Cyprus FM meets Israeli President and Vice Premiers

    by Athena Arsalidou

    Jerusalem, May 16 (CNA) ---- Cyprus Foreign Minister George Iacovou was received here today by President of the state of Israel Moshe Katsav, as he is paying an official visit to Israel at the invitation of his counterpart Silvan Shalom.

    Iacovou was given the red carpet welcome at the entrance of the Presidential Palace, where he was received by Director of Political Affaires of the President's office. After the hour long meeting with President Katsav, Iacovou signed the book of visitors.


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