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Remarks by the President of the Republic on the Cyprus problem

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, expressed today the hope that the other side, if it means what it says, must comprehend that the methodology cannot be the pretext that will lead us toward a deadlock so that Plan B of the Turkish side on the Cyprus problem can be justified. In his remarks to reporters, in Nicosia, and in response to an observation by a reporter that from the statements of the Turkish President it shows that Ankara holds onto its intransigent positions on the Cyprus problem, the President of the Republic said: “I want to be direct. What was expected was at least the demonstration of the rumored determination by the Turkish Government to help in the solution of the Cyprus problem.-02.09.2014

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Τhe upper-floor room of the House of Katsinioros of the Local Rural Museum of Fikardou will be closed to the public

The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Communications and Works, announces that between the 8th of September and the 5th of October 2014, the upper-floor room of the House of Katsinioros of the Local Rural Museum of Fikardou will be closed to the public due to maintenance works on the roof. The rest of the museum will remain open to visitors. - 2.9.2014




Written statement by the Government Spokesman Mr Nikos Christodoulides

Written statement by the Government Spokesman
Mr Nikos ChristodoulidesIn addition to the illegality of the visit by the Turkish President to Cyprus we condemn every statement or act which refers to a solution that is outside the framework of the UN relevant resolutions, the High Level Agreements of 1977 and 1979 and the joint communique. We also consider unacceptable the frequent call for the involvement of Greece in the dialogue in an effort to equate the responsibilities for the ongoing occupation in Cyprus for which Turkey is solely responsible. We were expecting that the President of Turkey, a candidate country for accession to the EU, would first invoke for involvement the EU of which the Republic of Cyprus is a full member and will also continue to be after the solution of the Cyprus problem. At the same time, the repetition of statements such as Turkey will always be one step ahead, remain, until now, devoid of any content since in practice the policies that Ankara follows demonstrate just the opposite. We wish to reiterate our determination to work conscientiously for the termination of the Turkey’s occupation and the achievement of a just and viable solution to the Cyprus problem that will meet the expectations of the people of Cyprus. - 1.9.2014




Statement by the President of the Republic after his meeting with the President of the European Commission

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades who was in Brussels to participate in the deliberations of yesterday's extraordinary meeting of the European Council, held a meeting yesterday afternoon, with the new President of the European Commission, Mr Jean Claude Juncker. After the meeting, the President made the following statement: "During the meeting with the new President of the European Commission we had the opportunity to discuss the latest developments on the Cyprus problem, the appointment of the new Special Representative and the need for the EU to play an upgraded role in the efforts to solve the Cyprus problem. A second issue was that of the economy and the progress made by our country, but also the consistent implementation of its obligations under the Memorandum so that it can, the soonest possible, get out of commitments or even provisions which have caused and cause painful sacrifices to our people. The third issue was of course the composition of the European Commission and the portfolio for Cyprus, for which, following discussions and since Mr Juncker has the biographies of the two candidates, he will decide himself which of the two to call for an interview so that he is assigned, in my opinion, one of the important portfolios of the European Commission. - 31.8.2014






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