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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-10-14

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] President receives Russian Ambassador
  • [02] House Speaker: Talks must lead to a solution

  • [01] President receives Russian Ambassador

    The Cyprus issue and Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades' visit to Russia were the focus of a meeting he had with Russian Ambassador Stanislav Osadchiy, on Monday, at the Presidential Palace.

    In statements he made to the press after the meeting Osadchiy noted that that it was a scheduled visit with a view of discussing bilateral relations and the Cyprus issue. We informed the President as to how we intent to proceed in the next few days in preparation for his visit to Russia and as regards our bilateral relations and the President briefed us on the Cyprus issue, he noted.

    Replying to a question as to a particular date for the visit has been set he said that discussions on that are ongoing.

    [02] House Speaker: Talks must lead to a solution

    House President Yiannakis Omirou has said that during the resumption of the Cyprus talks, there should be one basis for negotiations and the outcome must be a solution which will secure the proper evolution of the Republic of Cyprus into a federal state.

    Addressing a meeting with a representation of foreign members of Parliament and personalities who participated in the anti-occupation events organised by the Morfou Municipality, Omirou further said that the solution in Cyprus "should be based on UN Security Council resolutions, the high level agreements of 1977 and 1970 and European and international law, given that Cyprus is an EU member".

    If talks end up being a dialogue of the deaf, they would herald another failure and a deeper deadlock. "Now we want to have one basis for the negotiations and the objective and the outcome should be a solution to the Cyprus problem which will secure the proper evolution of the Republic of Cyprus into a federal state", said Omirou, noting that this does not mean "virgin birth." This federation, he added, should provide for the unity of the state, the people, its institutions and economy and should safeguard the rights and fundamental freedoms of all its lawful inhabitants.


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