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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-08-27

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


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  • [01] Cyprus and Austria sign agreement for facilities during crises
  • [02] President Anastasiades calls for unity for Cyprus to recover its

    credibility


  • [01] Cyprus and Austria sign agreement for facilities during crises

    Cyprus and Austria signed an agreement on Tuesday for the provision of facilities, in case Austrian citizens need to be evacuated from third countries through the territory of the Republic of Cyprus.

    According to a press release, Cyprus and Austria are enhancing their cooperation in issues of safety and crisis management. Furthermore, it added the agreement is tangible proof of the stabilising role of the Republic of Cyprus in the broader region of the southeastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

    The agreement was signed at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nicosia. Similar agreements have been signed with Canada in April and Spain in May.

    [02] President Anastasiades calls for unity for Cyprus to recover its credibility

    Recovering our credibility towards society and overseas, is the passport to Cyprus' economic rebound, President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has said.

    Speaking to reporters after testifying before the Commission of Inquiry into how Cyprus' economy and banking sector nearly collapsed, President Anastasiades said it is imperative now more than ever to unite forces in the home front adding it is also a prerequisite to respond to our obligations as a state.

    "By fulfilling our obligations, we will recover our credibility towards the society and overseas", he added. Referring to his testimony before the commission, President Anastasiades said he submitted a document which outlines the facts prior to the Presidential elections and after his election as President, noting he does not apportion any responsibilities nor does he make any criticism.


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