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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 05-05-22

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Greece wins the Eurovision Song Contest, Cyprus ranks 18th
  • [02] Cyprus FM: efforts to continue after Prendergast's return to UN
  • [03] Cyprus President: No timeframes have been set

  • [01] Greece wins the Eurovision Song Contest, Cyprus ranks 18th

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    Greece wins the Eurovision Song Contest, Cyprus ranks 18th

    Nicosia, May 22 (CNA) -- Greece won for the first time the Eurovision Song Contest that took place last night in Kiev, Ukraine, with the song ''My number one'', performed by Helena Paparizou.

    Cyprus ranked 18th in the 50th Eurovision Song Contest, with the song ''Ela - Ela, Come baby'' sang by Kostantinos Christoforou. According to the procedure rules, next year Cyprus would have to win its entry to the final during a semifinal contest to be held in Athens.

    [02] Cyprus FM: efforts to continue after Prendergast's return to UN

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    Cyprus FM: efforts to continue after Prendergast's return to UN

    Larnaca, May 22 (CNA) ---- Cypriot Minister of Foreign Affairs George Iacovou expressed conviction that the procedures for a resumption of talks on Cyprus would continue even after UN Under Secretary General for Political Affairs Sir Kieran Prendergast's return to New York.

    The UN official will arrive on the island for talks on May 30. He will later on have meetings in Athens and Ankara and will return to the UN Headquarters in New York on June 10, 2005.

    [03] Cyprus President: No timeframes have been set

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    Cyprus President: No timeframes have been set

    Nicosia, May 22 (CNA) -- No timeframes have been set regarding the Cyprus problem, Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos stressed here today, adding that the visit of UN Deputy Secretary General for political affairs Sir Kieran Prendergast in Cyprus would be very useful.

    ''Neither UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, nor anyone else have set any timeframes and we do not accept them either. Annan will decide in the light of the consultations to follow, whether the conditions are created to start a new initiative and how will it look like'', President Papadopoulos noted, invited to comment on press reports that a new initiative for Cyprus would start this autumn.


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