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16 October, 2019


Displaying results 61-90 of 369 matches for query peace.

61. The letter to Guterres

Following criticism by opposition AKEL calling for President Anastasiades to share with the public a letter the President had sent to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Kathimerini has obtained the text in question...

62. President intends to meet Spehar ahead of the UNSC consultations on UNFICYP

Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, intends to have a meeting and discuss with the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative and head of the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Elizabeth Spehar, prior to her departure for New York, where she will brief the UN Security Council on July 19, ahead of the adoption of the resolution for the renewal of UNFICYP’s mandate on July 30, CNA has learned....

63. Cyprus should not be on the list of countries not getting US arms

In 1987, the US Department of State placed the Republic of Cyprus on a list of countries to which sales and transfers of defense articles and services is prohibited under the International Trade in Arms Regulations (ITAR). ...

64. Nicosia expects UN to maintain position on Varosha based on Security Council decisions

The government said on Friday that it expected from the UN to maintain their long-standing position with regard to the ghost-town of Famagusta, that is consistent with the UN Security Council decisions which are explicit and are now blatantly violated through the announcement made in the Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus...

65. Playing with fire

The emerging crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean over Turkey’s drilling activities in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) raise the prospect of an open Greco-Turkish conflict to a level higher than anytime since the Imia crisis...

66. Cyprus strongly protests to UN over airspace and sea violations by Turkey

Cyprus has strongly protested to the UN the violations of its national airspace, the infringements of international air traffic regulations in Cyprus’s flight information region and the illegal use of closed ports and airports in Cyprus by Turkey...

67. 'I speak the language of international law', Tsipras tells Erdogan

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras underlined on Tuesday that he speaks the language of international law, the language of rationalism, truth and determination....

68. When necessity becomes history

69. The last supper

70. Paphos hamam and minaret restored

71. Cyprus prepares for state funeral

A state funeral will be held Tuesday for former president Demetris Christofias, who died on Friday after a battle with serious health issues...

72. EU Council conclusions on Cyprus

73. Die-hard eurosceptic or opportunist?

74. Palmer: Ankara has been repeatedly advised to change course

75. Garber: US deeply concerned by Turkey's intention to drill off Cyprus

76. US Deputy Assistant Secretary Palmer holds meetings in Nicosia

77. World leaders mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day

78. It takes two to tango US official says

79. British PM opposes Turkey’s planned drilling activities

80. FMs of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia meet in Nicosia

81. Israel to hold new elections after Netanyahu fails to form coalition

82. US lawmaker: East Med cooperation to counter Russia

83. Monnet or Orban?

When a vision ceases to create prosperity for the great masses it suddenly becomes a nightmare...

84. Loizidou presents photo evidence to Strasbourg to counter Turkish efforts to close her case

Cypriot applicant Tititna Loizidou insists on getting back her property in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus and repeats her objection to the closure of her case at the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. In a letter on Friday to the Strasbourg-based human rights organization, Loizidou also attaches photo evidence of her 10 immovable properties, in an effort to counter the Turkish demand to close the individual measures at the Committee’s next meeting, in June....

85. Trump’s bimonthly report on Cyprus sent to Congress

86. The yellow lake

In the last decade of the nineteenth century in America, two influential newspapers - New York World and New York Journal – went all out in a fierce competition that adopted sensationalized news reporting, prompting New York Press affiliates to coin the term yellow journalism...

87. KOGAS investment in Cyprus a 'new horizon' for economic ties

88. New IRA 'apologizes' for killing of Northern Ireland journalist

89. Unruly teens cause mayhem in Limassol

A male teenager was arrested during an overnight operation in Limassol, where juveniles were lighting fires and throwing rocks at the police...

90. MAPFinTech and oneZero announce partnership

MAP Fin Tech and one Zero announce partnership to collaborate in research and development for integration of their systems...