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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-12-17

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] Agriculture Minister to sign Reformed CAP in Brussels
  • [02] Kasoulides reiterates Cyprus' support for a political solution

    in Syria

  • [03] Adjustment programme painful but necessary, says Central Bank

  • [01] Agriculture Minister to sign Reformed CAP in Brussels

    Cyprus Agriculture Minister Nicos Kouyialis is attending a special ceremony Tuesday in Brussels, where the Reformed Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) will be signed.

    The reformed policy will be signed by the Chairman of the Agriculture Council, Minister of Agriculture of Lithuania Vigilijus Jukna, in the presence of Agriculture Ministers of Cyprus, Denmark, Poland and Ireland.

    The reformed CAP is more effective and drastic and it promotes the development of agriculture economy , competitiveness of produce and protection of environment.

    [02] Kasoulides reiterates Cyprus' support for a political solution in Syria

    EU Foreign Affairs Council discussed Monday the bloc's southern Neighborhood Policy, in particular with Syria and Lebanon.

    Cyprus was represented by Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, who shared, during his intervention at the morning session, the concern of member states over the impact of the Syrian crisis in the wider region.

    Kasoulides reiterated Cyprus' support for a political solution in Syria and said he looked forward to a successful conclusion of Geneva II talks.

    [03] Adjustment programme painful but necessary, says Central Bank

    Although strict and painful the financial adjustment programme constitutes the country's only choice to exit the crisis, the Central Bank of Cyprus notes in a six monthly economic bulletin published on Monday.

    It warns that there is no room for complacency and that Cyprus must stay focused on all fronts implementing policies which will help it recover, boost confidence in its financial system and protect macroeconomic stability.

    At the same time the Central Bank cautions that although significant steps towards restoring the country's financial stability are been taken, the risks from unforeseeable or external developments remain.


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