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Written statement by the Government Spokesman Mr Nikos Christodoulides

The President of the Republic Mr Nicos Anastasiades had this evening a long telephone communication with the Vice President of the United States of America Mr Joe Biden. During their conversation, President Anastasiades and Vice President Biden discussed the issue of the unacceptable violation by Turkey of the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus in its Exclusive Economic Zone, as well as the efforts on the part of the United States for the termination of these provocations. The US Vice President showed full understanding on the positions of President Anastasiades, especially with regard to the inalienable right of the Republic of Cyprus to exercise its sovereign rights within its EEZ. -31.10.2014

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The President of the House of Representatives received the Ambassador of Russia in Cyprus

The President of the House of Representatives, Mr Yiannakis L. Omirou, received today the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Cyprus, Mr Stanislav V. Osadchiy. Speaking to reporters after the meeting the President of the House of Representatives said: “I want to express my deep satisfaction and pleasure for today's meeting with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation. We had a very fruitful and friendly meeting and exchange of views on the Cyprus problem and the problems of the region, on the violation of the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus in its Exclusive Economic Zone and mainly on the relations between the Republic of Cyprus and the Russian Federation. Mr Ambassador informed me about the invitation addressed by the President Putin to the President of the Republic for a visit to Moscow and the prospect of signing of very significant agreements between the Republic of Cyprus and the Russian Federation. -31.10.2014

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The President of the House receives the Vice-President of the German Bundestag

The President of the House of Representatives, Mr Yiannakis L. Omirou, received today the Vice-President of the German Bundestag, Mr Johannes Singhammer, who is paying a working visit to Cyprus. Mr Singhammer was accompanied by the Ambassador of Germany to Nicosia, Mr Nikolai von Schoepff, and by high-ranking officials of the German Bundestag and the Embassy of the country. Mr Omirou praised the very good relations between the Parliaments of the two countries, expressing the wish for their further reinforcement, particularly through the exchange of visits. Referring to the latest developments in the Cyprus problem, the President of the House criticized Turkey’s provocative stance vis-à-vis the Republic of Cyprus, concerning Cyprus’ sovereign rights within its Exclusive Economic Zone. Mr Omirou reminded that the Cyprus problem is a problem of invasion and occupation, noting that the recurrent efforts to reach a just settlement, through talks, were not successful due to the fixed Turkish intransigence. - 31.10.2014

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The President of the House receives Mr Jacques Poos

The President of the House receives Mr Jacques PoosThe President of the House of Representatives, Mr Yiannakis L. Omirou, received today the veteran Luxembourgian politician, Mr Jacques Poos, who served in the past as Rapporteur of the European Parliament for Cyprus’ accession to the European Union. Mr Poos is visiting Cyprus at the invitation of the House President. During the meeting the latest developments in the Cyprus problem were discussed. Special reference was made to Turkey’s current violations of the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic of Cyprus, due to which the talks for the resolution of the Cyprus problem have been postponed. The key to a solution lies with Ankara, Mr Omirou underlined, adding that it is up to Turkey to respect the acquis communautaire and its Cyprus-related obligations vis-à-vis the EU, as a candidate country. Mr Poos noted the role that the new European Commission could play in the efforts to find a settlement to the Cyprus problem. -31.10.2014

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Registration of motor vehicles during January – September 2014

The Statistical Service announces the publication of the report entitled "Registration of Motor Vehicles" for the period January-September 2014. The main developments in the first nine months of 2014, compared to the same period of 2013 were: (a) The total registrations of motor vehicles during the first nine months of 2014 increased by 21.1% to 16,994 in January – September 2014, from 14,035 vehicles in the same period of 2013. (b) Private saloon cars increased to 12,805, from 9,999 in January–September 2013, i.e. there was an increase of 28.1%. Of the total private saloon cars, 5,892 vehicles or 46.0% were new and 6,913 vehicles or 54.0% were used cars. -31.10.2014

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Lycoming College Expedition to Idalion for 2014

The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Communications and Works, announces the completion of the 2014 Lycoming College archaeological expedition to Idalion under the direction of Dr. Pamela Gaber. This year’s excavations took place from June 23rd until August 8th 2014 and work concentrated in the area of the Lower City South, below the west acropolis, Ambelleri. This was the location of the “City Sanctuary”, the central place of worship at ancient Idalion. The excavations that occurred in 2013 showed that there had been an expansion to the east during the Roman period. During the 2014 season one of the team’s goals was to investigate this later development of the sanctuary. -30.10.2014

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