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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 05-06-10

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


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  • [01] Cyprus & Egypt sign memorandum on commercial shipping
  • [02] Security Council to reconsider Cyprus report, says UN spokesman

  • [01] Cyprus & Egypt sign memorandum on commercial shipping

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    Cyprus & Egypt sign memorandum on commercial shipping

    Nicosia, Jun 10 (CNA)--Cyprus and Egypt signed here today a Memorandum of Understanding on commercial shipping.

    The Memorandum was signed by Communications and Works Minister Haris Thrasou and Egyptian Transortation Minister Essam Sharaf, currently visiting the island.

    The Memorandum provides for cooperation between the two countries on issues such as transportation, exchange of experience and personnel training and employment of Egyptian sailors on vessels carrying the Cypriot flag.

    [02] Security Council to reconsider Cyprus report, says UN spokesman

    2140:CYPPRESS:10

    Security Council to reconsider Cyprus report, says UN spokesman

    By Apostolis Zoupaniotis

    United Nations, Jun 10 (CNA) -- The Security Council will reconsider a report on Cyprus, it rejected last year, with a view at giving support and advice to the UN Secretary General on his future moves, UN deputy spokesman Stephan Dujaric said here today.

    The spokesman refrained from commenting on statements by Cyprus Foreign Minister George Iacovou that Nicosia had protested Kofi Annan's remarks to ask the Council to reconsider his May 2004 report, which the Council rejected at the time.

    ''The Secretary General is currently considering what steps to take in pursuing his good offices mission on Cyprus, following the pulse taking visit by Sir Kieran Prendergast in the region,'' the spokesman said.


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