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Announcement for the results of 13 weeks Treasury Bills Auction for the amount of €150.000.000

The Public Debt Management Office announces that, during today’s 13 week (8.5.2015-7.8.2015) Treasury Bills Auction, tenders for a total amount of €204,64 million were submitted, out of which, €150 million total nominal value have been accepted with a weighted average yield of 2,47%. The accepted yields ranged between 2,40%-2,55%. The comprehensive results of the auction are shown below: - 05.05.2015

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Remarks by the Government Spokesman on the Cyprus problem

The aim of the two sides is for the talks on the Cyprus problem to resume within the month of May, the Government Spokesman, Mr Nikos Christodoulides, said today. In his remarks to reporters, at the Presidential Palace, the Spokesman said that “a very good meeting took place between the President of the Republic and Mr Eide, the Special Adviser of the UN Secretary-General on the Cyprus problem. There was an exchange of views about the next steps. The President repeated his commitment for a substantive and sincere dialogue that will create positive prospects for the termination of the occupation and the reunification of our homeland. There was also a discussion about the Confidence-Building Measures which, in parallel with the negotiating process, can work in a reinforcing manner toward the objective that the talks are asked to serve and which is the termination of the unacceptable status quo. - 05.05.2015

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Draft transcript of the remarks by the UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser, Mr E. B. Eide, after meeting with the President of the Republic

Yesterday and today, I have met with the two leaders, with Mr Akinci and, today, with Mr Anastasiades. These are two leaders, who tell me that they are seriously dedicated and committed to solving the Cyprus problem, that they are ready to resume negotiations without delay, and they both in almost exactly the same words that this is the moment, it’s a unique opportunity and there is not time to waste. So, I am very encouraged by the climate that has been created over the last weeks and months here and I think this is an opportunity that Cypriots must take. I want to reiterate here, as I said yesterday, that this is a Cypriot owned process, it should be leader-led, it matters to all people in Cyprus and the international community, but it is owned here. I, as the Special Advisor of the Secretary-General and my UN team is here to help, facilitate and support, but it’s not our process, it is a process that is owned and led by the leaders and having two leaders who know each other who are ready to meet, as you are aware I have invited them to a dinner on Monday the 11th and from there on we will decide when –not if-, but when negotiations will formally start and I think that we are talking about relatively soon and from then on, I think we are into a very important moment of Cyprus history. - 05.05.2015

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Remarks by the Government Spokesman on the Cyprus problem

The Permanent Members of the UN Security Council are expected to have an active involvement in the procedure concerning the Cyprus problem and this is something that we welcome, the Government Spokesman, Mr Nikos Christodoulides, said today. In his remarks to reporters at the Presidential Palace, Mr Christodoulides said, in response to a question as to when the negotiating procedure on the Cyprus problem is expected to begin, that “Mr Eide (the Special Advisor of the UN Secretary General on Cyprus) will have a meeting with the President of the Republic tomorrow morning at 11. Surely, among the issues that will be discussed is also the official resumption of the talks, which will probably be announced immediately after the dinner that will take place this coming Monday between the two leaders (of the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities), in the presence of Mr Eide”. Asked whether the President of the Republic will have meetings with foreign leaders during his stay in Moscow this week, the Spokesman said that “the President of the Republic will depart from Cyprus on 7 May for Poland, in order to participate in the celebration on the occasion of the end of the Second World War. Many European leaders, as well as the President of the European Council, will also attend the celebrations. -04.05.2015

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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson of the United Nations in Cyprus (3/5/2015)

The Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide will host a dinner with the Greek Cypriot leader, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, and the Turkish Cypriot leader, Mr. Mustafa Akıncı, on Monday, 11 May 2015 at Ledra Palace. The dinner will take place in the context of the Special Adviser’s next visit to Cyprus, from 4 to 12 May 2015, during which he will also hold bilateral meetings with both leaders and other relevant interlocutors to finalize arrangements for the resumption of full-fledged negotiations. -4.5.2015






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