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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 11-02-23

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


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  • [01] LIBYA - CYPRIOT CITIZENS
  • [02] CCCI KTTO BICOMMUNAL PARTNERSHIP

  • [01] LIBYA - CYPRIOT CITIZENS

    Ten Cypriots who left Libya Wednesday morning on a commercial flight from Tripoli have arrived in Paris and are expected to board a flight to Cyprus.

    According to the Crisis Management Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, another six Cypriots are waiting to leave Libya from Tripoli airport, on a Libyan Airlines flight.

    The rest of 135 Cypriots living in Libya are safe in a campus of foreign companies and many of them are waiting to board a Greek C-130.

    The Director of the Crisis Management Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Andreas Zenos told CNA that the Greek C-130 are prepared to fly to Libya to collect Greek and Cypriot nationals, pending permission from the Libyan authorities.

    [02] CCCI KTTO BICOMMUNAL PARTNERSHIP

    The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) and the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce (KTTO) will sign Thursday a bi-communal business partnerships grants scheme aimed at supporting bi-communal consortia that wish to form bi-communal business partnerships.

    According to an announcement issued here by CCCI, in the framework of the ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE project, supported by UNDP-ACT and sponsored by USAID, subsidies amounting to 174,493 euros will be awarded to five successful consortia consisting of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot partners.

    The winning proposals will work across a range of business sectors ranging from the establishment of bi-communal radio stations and research centres to jointly producing traditional Cypriot lace and providing hearing conservation services.


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