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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-11-17

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

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  • [01] Pavlopoulos expresses support for Cyprus in talks with Anastasiades
  • [02] Talks between government and institutions on NPLs to continue in following days-Stathakis

  • [01] Pavlopoulos expresses support for Cyprus in talks with Anastasiades

    The "red lines" in the ongoing negotiations between Cyprus and the Turkish-Cypriot side that derive from international law and the European acquis were stressed by President Prokopis Pavlopoulos during his meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday evening.

    "We are beside you in this marathon negotiations and talks, much more so as you are advocating shared positions which drive from international and European law," Pavlopoulos said, adding it is "inconceivable" to reach any solution that doesn't respect the international and European acquis.

    This concerns the Cypriot Republic's legal identity, the issue of citizenship and mainly the issue of sovereignty, he said.

    [02] Talks between government and institutions on NPLs to continue in following days-Stathakis

    Talks between the government and the representatives of the institutions on the out-of-court mechanism that will settle non-performing business loans will continue in the following days on a technical level, Energy Minister Giorgos Stathakis said on Wednesday, after a meeting between the two sides.

    He said they discussed extensively on settling debts and the central idea was to have a mechanism that will support the viability of the businesses, promote the conversion of NPLs to performing loans and secure the State. A large step has been made and a deal might be achieved in the coming days, he added.


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