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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-02-20

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


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  • [01] Cyprus participates in agriculture meeting in Italy
  • [02] Lillikas offers no support to either presidential candidate

  • [01] Cyprus participates in agriculture meeting in Italy

    Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment Egli Pantelaki has paid a working visit to Rome, where she participated in a meeting organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of the People`s Republic of China to strengthen and promote cooperation in agriculture between China and six Mediterranean countries (Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Malta).

    According to an official press release, the meeting was chaired by Deputy Prime Minister of the People`s Republic of China Hui Liangyu. The Cypriot official thanked the Chinese for their initiative to organize the meeting and informed them about the current state of agriculture in Cyprus, noting specific areas of action to strengthen the cooperation between the participating countries in the agricultural sector.

    During the meeting, participants ascertained that there are many possibilities for enhanced cooperation in agriculture between them and issued a joint statement in which they mentioned specific areas of cooperation in the field of agriculture.

    [02] Lillikas offers no support to either presidential candidate

    Giorgos Lillikas has said that he would not support any of the two remaining candidates, heading for a run-off in Sunday's presidential elections in Cyprus.

    Lillikas, who came third in votes during the first round of elections last Sunday, February 17, said differences with Nikos Anastasiades and Stavros Malas were enormous.

    He called on his supporters to vote at will this Sunday.


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