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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 09-06-15

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] FM - BARROSO - CYRPUS TALKS
  • [02] DEFENCE MINISTER - SERBIA
  • [03] ETIHAD AIRWAYS - DIRECT FLIGHTS TO LARNACA

  • [01] FM - BARROSO - CYRPUS TALKS

    The government expects that European Commission President Jose Manuel Baroso will contribute to the Cyprus peace effort by ensuring that proposals put forward at the ongoing, UN-led talks, are in line with UN decisions on Cyprus, Foreign Minister Markos Kyprianou has said.

    In statements at Larnaca airport on Sunday, Kyprianou said the government expects Barroso to ensure that proposals presented at the negotiating table for a solution to the Cyprus issue conform with the kind of a solution which the Cypriot government is pursuing and which has been defined in Security Council resolutions and UN decisions, which is a bizonal, bicommunal federation.

    Kyprianou was speaking before departing for Luxembourg to attend todays General Affairs and External Relations Council (GAERC) meeting, which will focus on preparations for the June European Council later this week.

    Invited to comment on the visit to Cyprus by Commission Vice President and Commissioner for Enterprise and Industry, Gunter Verheugen, Kyprianou said that it takes place in the framework of the Commissioners duties related to industry and economic development in general, adding that it is part of the visits of Commissioners to EU member states.

    [02] DEFENCE MINISTER - SERBIA

    Cypriot Defence Minister Costas Papacostas is on a three-day visit to Serbia, at the invitation of his Serbian counterpart Dragan Sutanovac.

    A press release issued here by the Cypriot Defence Ministry notes that Papacostas` discussions in Serbia will focus on issues that are of interest to both countries in the wider defence and security sector, as well as other issues of bilateral and international concern.

    During Papacostas` stay in Serbia, apart from Sutanovac, he will hold separate meetings with President of the Serbian National Assembly Slavica Dukic Dejanovic, Foreign Minister of Serbia Vuk Jeremic and President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Milos Bugarin. Papacostas will also visit the Serbian Military Medical Academy as well as the Serbian Military Academy

    [03] ETIHAD AIRWAYS - DIRECT FLIGHTS TO LARNACA

    The National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, Etihad Airways has launched direct flights from Abu Dhabi to Larnaka airport, with a frequency of three flights a week.

    According to a press release, Etihad`s operations to Larnaca will offer one more advantage in the efforts to reinforce tourist attraction to Cyprus and will enhance relations between Cyprus and the United Arab Emirates.

    Celebrating the commencement of the operations to Larnaca, Etihad Airways offers the chance of a low price package for its various destinations to the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia beginning June 30 until December 31, 2009.


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