CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – CYPRUS/Nicosia 26/07/2018 12:18

If security concerns are addressed, other pending issues can be resolved through EU acquis, President stresses

If security concerns are addressed, then the EU acquis communautaire can provide answers to all other pending issues of the Cyprus problem, President Nicos Anastasiades stressed, reiterating at the same time his determination to resume the peace talks leading to a political settlement that would reunite the country. He was speaking at the opening of the 9th World Conference of Young Overseas Cypriots (NEPOMAK) and the Meeting of the Central Councils of the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots (POMAK) and the International Coordinating Committee Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA).

UN Security Council expected to renew UNFICYPs mandate

All members of the UN Security Council gave last night their consent to a draft resolution they had agreed on Tuesday and the Council is expected to hold later today a formal meeting, to vote on a resolution renewing for another six months the mandate of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP).

President: Cyprus problem, natural wealth and promoting peace in the region are among our top priorities

Cyprus’ foreign policy aims first and foremost at reaching a solution to the Cyprus problem, safeguarding the exploration and exploitation of the Republics natural wealth, enhancing its participation in all EU pillars and policies and contributing to building and promoting peace and security in the region of Eastern Mediterranean, President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has stressed.

The Cyprus government offers Euros 10 million for the victims of the deadly fires in Greece

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus has decided to offer financial aid worth 10 million euro for the victims of the deadly forest fires in Greece.

New securitization law positive for Cyprus’ banking system, Moody’s says

Moody’s rating agency has welcomed the new securitisation framework, approved by Cyprus as this new framework would assist the banks to reduce the high stock of non-performing loans hampering the economy.

Deposits in the Cyprus banking system decline by Euros 745 million in June 2018

Deposits in the Cyprus banking system declined by Euros 745 million to Euros 50.2 billion in June 2018 compared with a net increase of Euros 201,2 million the previous month, Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) said on Thursday.

Deputy Shipping Minister attends events and holds meetings in Melbourne

Deputy Minister of Shipping Natasa Pilides has wrapped up her visit to Australia, with Melbourne � the city with the most overseas Greeks � being her last stop, where she attended a memorial for those killed during the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus and took part in a march to demonstrate against the 1974 coup and invasion, and also held a series of meetings.

Europol Executive Director to visit Cyprus

Executive Director of Europol Catherine De Bolle will meet with Police Chief Zacharias Chrysostomou during her visit to the island on 27 July.

Retail trade increases significantly in the first five months of 2018

Retail trade increased significantly in May, but also in the first five months of 2018, according to provisional estimates by the Statistical Service of Cyprus.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – CYPRUS/Nicosia 26/07/2018 12:18

If security concerns are addressed, other pending issues can be resolved through EU acquis, President stresses

If security concerns are addressed, then the EU acquis communautaire can provide answers to all other pending issues of the Cyprus problem, President Nicos Anastasiades stressed, reiterating at the same time his determination to resume the peace talks leading to a political settlement that would reunite the country. He was speaking at the opening of the 9th World Conference of Young Overseas Cypriots (NEPOMAK) and the Meeting of the Central Councils of the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots (POMAK) and the International Coordinating Committee Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA).

UN Security Council expected to renew UNFICYPs mandate

All members of the UN Security Council gave last night their consent to a draft resolution they had agreed on Tuesday and the Council is expected to hold later today a formal meeting, to vote on a resolution renewing for another six months the mandate of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP).

President: Cyprus problem, natural wealth and promoting peace in the region are among our top priorities

Cyprus’ foreign policy aims first and foremost at reaching a solution to the Cyprus problem, safeguarding the exploration and exploitation of the Republics natural wealth, enhancing its participation in all EU pillars and policies and contributing to building and promoting peace and security in the region of Eastern Mediterranean, President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has stressed.

The Cyprus government offers Euros 10 million for the victims of the deadly fires in Greece

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus has decided to offer financial aid worth 10 million euro for the victims of the deadly forest fires in Greece.

New securitization law positive for Cyprus’ banking system, Moody’s says

Moody’s rating agency has welcomed the new securitisation framework, approved by Cyprus as this new framework would assist the banks to reduce the high stock of non-performing loans hampering the economy.

Deposits in the Cyprus banking system decline by Euros 745 million in June 2018

Deposits in the Cyprus banking system declined by Euros 745 million to Euros 50.2 billion in June 2018 compared with a net increase of Euros 201,2 million the previous month, Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) said on Thursday.

Deputy Shipping Minister attends events and holds meetings in Melbourne

Deputy Minister of Shipping Natasa Pilides has wrapped up her visit to Australia, with Melbourne � the city with the most overseas Greeks � being her last stop, where she attended a memorial for those killed during the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus and took part in a march to demonstrate against the 1974 coup and invasion, and also held a series of meetings.

Europol Executive Director to visit Cyprus

Executive Director of Europol Catherine De Bolle will meet with Police Chief Zacharias Chrysostomou during her visit to the island on 27 July.

Retail trade increases significantly in the first five months of 2018

Retail trade increased significantly in May, but also in the first five months of 2018, according to provisional estimates by the Statistical Service of Cyprus.

Source: Cyprus News Agency