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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 12-02-02

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  • [01] National Council discusses Greentree outcome
  • [02] Russian Deputy Minister of Energy to address Business Forum

  • [01] National Council discusses Greentree outcome

    The National Council, the top advisory body to the Cyprus President on the handling of the question of Cyprus, convened here this morning to discuss the results of the recent meeting with the UN Secretary-General and the Turkish Cypriot leader, at Greentree, New York.

    President Demetris Christofias is expected to brief the leaders and representatives of political parties on developments in the Cyprus issue, following his latest contacts.

    [02] Russian Deputy Minister of Energy to address Business Forum

    Russias Deputy Minister of Energy Yury Sentyurin will be visiting Cyprus next week for the Russia-Cyprus Business and Investment Forum to take place Friday 10th in the coastal town of Limassol. Sentyurin will be moderating a panel discussion entitled Business Opportunities.

    Speaking to the press on Thursday, Fedias Pilides, President of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) which is co-organizing the event, noted the importance of Sentyurins visit to Cyprus, adding that energy issues as well as other matters are of high interest for the Russians.

    Asked whether Russian companies have expressed interest for the second licensing round for the 12 remaining blocks in Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone, Pilides said that some companies have shown interest, stressing that the fact that the Deputy Minister is coming, is an indication that the possibility (for the second licensing round) is being explored.

    CCCIs President said that the upcoming Forum is extremely important for Cyprus economy and will boost the business and investment in our country. He also underlined the firm relations between the two countries in economic and political level.

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