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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 12-12-07

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


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  • [01] EU - Algeria Association Council welcomes positive developments

    in Algeria

  • [02] JHA EU Council takes important step on air safety against terrorism

  • [01] EU - Algeria Association Council welcomes positive developments in Algeria

    Algeria's reform programme, enhanced EU - Algeria relations and regional developments were the focus of the EU - Algeria Association Council which took place Thursday in Brussels.

    Foreign Minister Erato Kozakou Markoullis chaired the EU-Algeria Association Council on behalf of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Baroness Catherine Ashton. The Council was attended by EU Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fuele and Foreign Minister of Algeria Mourad Medelci.

    Markoullis welcomed the positive developments over the past year in Algeria, such as its decision to participate in the renewed European Neighbourhood Policy through the negotiation of an Action Plan, the signature of a scientific cooperation agreement and the reaching of an agreement on tariff dismantling on agricultural and industrial products.

    [02] JHA EU Council takes important step on air safety against terrorism

    Minister for Justice and Home Affairs Loucas Louca has said that the EU Justice and Home Affairs Council has made an important step towards maximising aviation security against terrorist threats.

    The Minister, who was speaking at a press conference after the conclusion of the first day of the Justice and Home Affairs Council in Brussels, said the Council adopted the Conclusions prepared by the Cyprus EU Presidency on aviation security against terrorist threats.

    The Council, he said, agreed on the need to further work on the extension of the risk assessment activities in the aviation security area beyond the existing ones, which refer to cargo and liquid explosives.


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