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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 10-01-18

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


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  • [01] CMP WORK 2010
  • [02] CZECH MPs CYPRUS VISIT

  • [01] CMP WORK 2010

    ‘he Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) will intensify its work in 2010 with eight exhumation teams six in the northern Turkish occupied part of Cyprus and two in the southern government controlled areas of the Republic, according to an announcement issued Monday by the CMP.

    Since inception of its exhumation project in August 2006, the CMP has retrieved skeletal elements which relate to more than 600 persons and identified and returned to their families remains of 196 missing individuals (145 missing Greek Cypriots and 51 missing Turkish Cypriots), it adds.

    It notes that the exhumation and identification work of the CMP is guided by scrupulous scientific process and precise rules and is based on the internationally accepted standards and practices, adding that valuable advice is given by the Argentinean experts of EAAF and the ICRC.

    The investigations of the CMP, it continues, are conducted in the sole interest of the families whose loved ones are missing and whose pain and sensitivities must be respected by all.

    [02] CZECH MPs CYPRUS VISIT

    Four members of the House of Representatives of the Czech Republic, members of the Permanent Committee on Equal Opportunities for Men and Women, arrive on Monday in Cyprus, for a five-day official visit, at the invitation of the Committee on Equal Opportunities for Men and Women in the Cyprus Parliament.

    According to an official announcement, the delegation will be received by Cyprus House President Marios Garoyian. They will also hold separate meetings with Cyprus Minister of Labour and Social Insurance Sotiroula Charalambous, the Parliamentary Committee on Equal Opportunities for Men and Women, the Mayor of Paphos Savvas Vergas, and Commissioner for Administration Eliana Nicolaou.

    The delegation from the Czech Parliament comprises Chairman of the Committee Sona Markova, the Vice Chairman Kosta Dimitrov, and the members Vlasta Bohdalova and Frantisek Laudat.


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