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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-08-28

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises Cypriots to avoid traveling in

    certain parts of Egypt

  • [02] Cyprus FM met with Western Ambassadors to discuss Syria
  • [03] No foreseeable threat for the security of Cyprus assures Foreign

    Minister


  • [01] Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises Cypriots to avoid traveling in certain parts of Egypt

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises citizens of the Republic of Cyprus, who are permanent residents or intend to travel to Egypt, to avoid traveling in certain areas in the country, where mass gatherings and demonstrations may be taking place.

    A travel advisory for the Arab Republic of Egypt, issued Wednesday by the Foreign Ministry also advises Cypriots to monitor news reports for any other developments, and follow instructions of the Authorities.

    It is further noted that the tourist areas in Sharm el Sheikh, Taba, Nuweida and Dahab and the St. Catherine's Monastery in Mount Sinai, are fully accessible and operational.

    [02] Cyprus FM met with Western Ambassadors to discuss Syria

    The Minister of Foreign Affairs Ioannis Kassoulides held on Wednesday separate meetings with the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom Matthew Kidd, the Ambassador of the USA John M. Koenig and the Charge d' Affaires of France Eric Millet, to discuss the situation in Syria.

    According to an official announcement, the meetings are part of the review of the recent developments in the region, especially following information regarding the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

    [03] No foreseeable threat for the security of Cyprus assures Foreign Minister

    There is no foreseeable threat for the security of Cyprus, the safety of its population and its tourism in view of possible developments in Syria, said Wednesday Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, following an inter-ministerial meeting at the Foreign Ministry.

    At the same he assured that, he did not expect any surprises within the limits and capabilities of the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus.

    The meeting was attended by Minister of Foreign Affairs Ioannis Kasoulides, Minister of the Interior Socrates Hasikos, Minister of Defence Fotis Fotiou, Minister of Justice and Public Order Ionas Nicolaou, Minister of Communications and Works Tasos Mitsopoulos and officials.


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