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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-12-12

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

CONTENTS

  • [01] FM Venizelos meets with his Turkish counterpart Cavusoglu
  • [02] Public Order Min: No one will disturb our relations with Israel
  • [03] Light quake jolts Cephalonia

  • [01] FM Venizelos meets with his Turkish counterpart Cavusoglu

    ANA/MPA---Turkish Foreign Minister Melvut Cavusoglu proposed to Government Vice President and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos to visit together Cyprus President Nicos Anastassiades when he returns to Cyprus after his recovery from the heart operation that underwent in the US.

    On his part, Venizelos called Cavusoglu's proposal 'a very good idea'. The two officials met on the sidelines of the Meeting of Foreign Ministers of BSEC member states in Thessaloniki.

    The two ministers discussed the de-escalation steps that should be taken regarding the Cyprus issue and Venizelos set the issue of the withdrawal of the Turkish research vessel "Barbaros" from Cyprus's EEZ, underlining that its presence in the area constitutes a brutal violation of Cyprus Republic's sovereign rights.

    The meeting was held a week after the Greek-Turkish High Level Cooperation Council that took place in Athens and Cavusoglu's presence in Greece in a so short time is indicative of Ankara's stance. Both ministers commented on the Greek and Turkish positive media reports on the Greek-Turkish High Level Cooperation Council.

    Venizelos briefed his Turkish counterpart on his trip to Germany and his meeting with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and they discussed the developments in the regions and the serious issue of the djihadists.

    BSEC meeting procedures will be concluded at Friday noon. Cavusoglu has expressed the desire to visit the Yedi Kule. Later he will visit Alexandroupolis and Komotini where he will hold talks with representatives of the muslim minority.

    [02] Public Order Min: No one will disturb our relations with Israel

    Public Order Minister Vassilis Kikilias, who is currently visiting the building of Embassy of Israel at the Athens suburb of Psyhico that was targeted earlier on Friday, has sent a message to the attackers.

    "No one will disturb our relations with Israel," he said.

    Police found bullet casings from a Kalashnikov rifle outside the Embassy. The area has been cordoned off and Counter-Terror squad are searching the area for evidence.

    On Friday at 03:00 unown individuals opened fire against the Israeli Embassy building, at the Athens suburb of Psyhico.

    According to the sources, the perpetrators riding one or two motorcycles opened fire while passing by the embassy building and fled.

    A similar attack against the German ambassador's house was held in December 2013.

    [03] Light quake jolts Cephalonia

    ANA/MPA---A light earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale was reported at 00.30 on Friday in the sea region north of Argostoli, Cephalonia island.

    According to the Geodynamics Institute of the Athens Observatory, the quake's depth was 11 km.

    No injuries or damages have been reported.


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