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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 12-11-21

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


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  • [01] G/c and T/c political parties stress the need for resumption of

    the negotiations

  • [02] ‘he European Commission has requested Bulgaria, Cyprus and Portugal

  • [01] G/c and T/c political parties stress the need for resumption of the negotiations

    Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot parties agreed Wednesday that the present status quo is unacceptable and stressed the necessity of the resumption of the negotiations between the two communities, during their regular meeting in Ledra Palace under the auspice of Slovakian Embassy in Cyprus. According to a joint communique read out by Slovak Ambassador Anna Turenicova after the meeting, all parties once again reiterated their common vision for the reunification of their country on a federal basis.

    "The parties agreed that the present status quo is unacceptable and stressed the necessity of the resumption of the negotiations between the two communities", she said.

    [02] ‘he European Commission has requested Bulgaria, Cyprus and Portugal

    The European Commission has requested Bulgaria, Cyprus and Portugal to take further measures to facilitate the deployment of intelligent transport systems (ITS). Directive 2010/40/EU supports the deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems in road transport and for interfaces with other modes of transport. The Commission adopts specifications to ensure compatibility, interoperability and continuity in the deployment and use of ITS.

    According to the Commission, the three Member States have not fully transposed this directive into national law, although they were required to do so by 27 February 2012. According to the directive, Member States shall ensure that the specifications adopted by the Commission are applied to ITS applications and services, when these are deployed. The lack of timely transposition of the Directive could undermine the effectiveness and the timely application of these specifications.


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