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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 09-11-10

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


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  • [01] NEW LARNAKA AIRPORT - FIRST PASSENGERS
  • [02] SPOKESMAN - CYPRUS ISSUE - ENLIGHTENMENT

  • [01] NEW LARNAKA AIRPORT - FIRST PASSENGERS

    The new Larnaka International Airport came into operation on Tuesday, welcoming its first passengers. Operations at the new Larnaka Airport start with flights of Cyprus Airways and Easyjet exclusively. The other airlines will transfer their arrivals and departures to the new Terminal by 17 November

    The first Cyprus Airways flight arrived at 0725 (0525 GMT) in the morning from Amman. Passengers were welcomed at the airport by Communications and Works Minister Nicos Nicolaides, Cyprus Airways and Hermes Airports officials.

    A Cyprus Airways flight departed at 0800 for Athens.

    [02] SPOKESMAN - CYPRUS ISSUE - ENLIGHTENMENT

    Enlightenment for the Cyprus issue for 2010 is estimated to be significantly upgraded, according to the budget that was presented on Monday by Government Spokesman Stephanos Stephanou at the House Finance Committee. He told members of the House that the aim is to upgrade the enlightenment campaign of the state, in line with the Cabinet decision of last June.

    According to the new planning, the Government Spokesman will bear the political monitoring of the Press Offices of the Republic overseas and will provide the guidelines on issues that appear in the media. The state budget for 2010 includes 1.430.000 euros for enlightenment allocated for the Press and Information Office and additional funds for enlightenment for other ministries.

    Stephanou told members of the Committee that each country should have allocated its enlightenment funds. The priorities in the US are different, just as the priorities in the EU and Arab countries as well as third world countries are, he added.


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