20.08.2017

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Technical committee operations frozen

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Instructions issued to the Greek-Cypriot co-chairs of bicommunal technical committees to freeze their operations and meetings, aimed at avoiding turning their work into a substitute for a solution to the Cyprus problem, the government said on Friday. According to an unnamed source cited by the Cyprus News Agency, the instructions were to run any new initiatives by the chief negotiator’s office, not necessarily to end all work. Bicommunal technical committees fall under the remit of the chief

Cyprus Mail

All Cypriot tourists in Barcelona on organized trips, accounted for and in good health

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All Cypriot tourists who are in Barcelona on organized trips via travel agencies in Cyprus, are accounted for and are all in good health, the Head of the Cypriot Travel Agencies has informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, CNA has learned, following today’s fatal terrorist attacks in Barcelona. Cypriot citizens who happend to be in the area but have not booked hotels and flights via an agency, are requested to get in touch with the Foreign Ministry. Their relatives who are not in position to

Cyprus Mail

Morphou concerns over EU funds for Turkish Cypriots

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The mayor of Morphou said on Wednesday that EU funds to the Turkish Cypriot community must be carefully granted so as to avoid irreversible changes on the ground. Handing a petition to EU representatives on the 43rd anniversary of the occupation of Morphou by the Turkish army, Victoras Hadjiavram urged the EU to play a substantive role in efforts to reunite the island but added that cash to the Turkish Cypriot community could make things harder. “The EU must play a substantive role in the pr

Cyprus Mail

Akinci: We should learn from painful past experiences

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Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Monday Cypriots should learn from the atrocities committed in the past. Akinci addressed a commemoration ceremony in northern Cyprus for the dozens Turkish Cypriots from Maratha, Santalari and Aloa killed by Eoka B paramilitary organization in August 1974, following Turkey’s invasion on the island. During the ceremony the remains of four female victims were laid to rest, after they were identified by the Committee of Missing Persons. The Turkish

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Cyprus marks second Turkish invasion

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Most of Cyprus was on Monday marking 43 years since the second invasion of the island by Turkish Armed Forces. Most Greek Cypriots and Greece consider Turkey’s actions as a military invasion and a violation of human rights while most Turkish Cypriots and Turkey consider the intervention as a peace operation aimed at protecting the Turkish Cypriots. In July 1974, Turkish forces invaded and captured 3% of the island before a ceasefire was declared. The Greek military junta collapsed and was re

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Mavroyiannis: conditions for new talks should be created by September

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Conditions for a resumption of the Cyprus talks should be created by September to have negotiations back on, well before the presidential elections in February next year, Greek Cypriot chief negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis has said. In an interview with Politis, Mavroyiannis said a resumption of the talks must happen “the sooner the better” because otherwise everything that has been discussed is in danger of being lost. The process that collapsed in Crans-Montana, Switzerland in early July h

Cyprus Mail

Retailers lose out if crossing points close

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By Fiona Mullen January-July this year, Turkish Cypriots spent €14.7 million using plastic cards south of the Green Line, while Greek Cypriots spent €5.1 million in the north, according to data from JCC Payment Systems. Another €1.8 million was spent by Greek Cypriots in Turkey. JCC has been producing statistics on card spending across the Green Line for 10 years: enough to see some patterns. Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot card spending is my shorthand for JCC’s “use of Turkish credit c

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Tales from the Coffeeshop: Cyprob wilts in the summer heat

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MID-AUGUST is the time of year when the writer of a weekly column – some people told me the other day I am a blogger as well which I found quite cool and hip – cannot find things to write about. With most of our loser politicians on holiday, the government taking a break from mismanaging the country, interest groups finding nobody to bother, the weekly blogger is forced to scrape the bottom of the barrel, metaphorically and literally, for material that won’t put his readers to sleep after thre

Cyprus Mail

World record hope for Larnaca comedian

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By Paula Manoli-Gray A Larnaca social media comedian has attempted to enter the Guinness World Records with the world’s largest frappe drink and is awaiting official confirmation of its success. Peter Kypri – who is known on social media as Cypriot Smurf – entered a 40-litre version of the popular cold coffee drink in a 26-inch-high glass. Kypri was the first to apply for the world record for the largest frappe, although there are already records for the largest iced coffee (Republic of Ko

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Clock ticking for Varosha

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By Annie Charalambous Speculation over the opening of the fenced-off town of Varosha may lead to that eventuality, but it will take a decade before the first displaced inhabitant gets to return. This is what a political analyst told the Cyprus Weekly following the furore sparked by signals from Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot side that they are considering opening the once cosmopolitan “ghost town”. “Realistically speaking, it would take a decade before the first Famagustan gets to return t

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