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Cyprus and Ukraine sign the Protocol to the 2nd Intergovernmental Commission

Following the conclusion of the 2nd Session of the Cypriot-Ukrainian Intergovernmental Commission for Economic, Scientific, Technical and Industrial Cooperation, a Protocol was signed today on 22 April 2021 which aims, inter alia, to further strengthen relations between the two countries and strengthen and cultivate cooperation in the fields of economy, trade, tourism, energy, transport, health,…

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Turkey: Tatars to visit Ankara on April 26th to meet with Erdogan

Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar has announced that he will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the Turkish capital Ankara on April 26th. Tatar made the remarks during the first cabinet meeting he chaired after taking office. The Turkish Cypriot leader said he would meet with President Erdogan on Monday (April 26th) ahead…

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The EU is heading to Geneva talks with five parties with low-ranking representatives

The European Union will be represented by a low-ranking official in Geneva and will be sidelined as the United Nations is not planning to issue an invitation. According to Liberal, the role of the European Union, at least at this stage of the Cyprus process, will be very limited and without direct involvement in the…

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Greece, Cyprus Fully Support UN Secretary-General’s Efforts to Resume Cyprus Talks

In their opening remarks at today’s meeting at the Maximos Residence in Athens, the President of the Republic of Cyprus and the Greek Prime Minister conveyed a message that the framework for resolving the Cyprus issue is outlined by United Nations resolutions and resolutions. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met this morning with Cypriot President Nicos…

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Turkey: Presidency Communication Directorate Holds International Conference on 1915 Events

The Communication Directorate of the Presidency of the Turkish Republic organized an “International Conference on the Events of 1915” to discuss the historical background, legal aspects and current views of the events of 1915. The opening speeches of the conference, which were broadcast live on the Internet, were delivered by the Director of Communications of…

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Turkey: AKP to propose establishment of Turkey-Egypt friendship group

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) will propose establishing a parliamentary friendship group with Egypt, the party’s deputy parliamentary group chairman announced on Tuesday. “As the AKP parliamentary group, we will present our proposal for the establishment of a friendship group between the Republic of Turkey and Egypt today in the Office of the…

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Cyprus: Council of Ministers ratifies amendments to Law on Election of Members of the House of Representatives

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades chaired an extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers at the Presidential Palace today, according to a written statement by Government Spokesman Kyriakos Kousios. During the meeting, Kousios notes, amendments to the Law on the Election of Members of the House of Representatives were ratified, in order to clarify that each…

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Zaev called on the Macedonian minority in Albania to vote for Edi Rama

The Prime Minister of Northern Macedonia Zoran Zaev called on all Macedonians who are citizens of Albania to vote in the elections of April 25, the Socialist Party (SP) of Edi Rama and the candidate of Macedonian origin Vasil Sterjovski, who was a member of parliament for two years. “I call on you all to…

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Albania: The latest poll shows Rama’s party clinically electing by a large majority

A new poll released Sunday describes Edi Rama’s Socialist Party (SP) leading the race, as it is shown to be clinical in 73 of the 140 seats in the Albanian Parliament. According to the Piepol poll, if the election were held today, the SP would win a majority of seats in the next assembly, with…

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Cyprus: Christodoulides briefs FAC on informal Geneva talks

Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides today attended the virtual work of the European Union Foreign Affairs Council. Speaking on current developments, Nikos Christodoulides briefed his European counterparts on the informal conference on the Cyprus issue convened by the UN Secretary General in Geneva on 27-29 April. In the run-up to the conference, he urged his…

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The overthrow of the Minister of Health continues to shake the Romanian political world

The crisis that has erupted over the ruling coalition continues to rage. Almost a week after the dismissal of Health Minister Vlad Voiculescu, PNL and USR-PLUS have not yet reached an agreement. Liberals have distanced themselves from Florin Citu as USR-PLUS states firmly that the Prime Minister no longer enjoys their support. At the request…

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EU: Border restructuring would lead to new bloodshed and unpredictable consequences in the region

The Committee of Ambassadors warned in a press release that the non-circulating letter circulating in the media these days, regarding the region, was a dangerous game, which could turn into a “catastrophic avalanche caused by a small snowball” “. The Committee of Ambassadors is closely following the initial reactions, perceptions, concerns and comments regarding the…

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Albania-Elections: Is Rama looking for a third term?

By Renato Lekka * The Albanian elections scheduled for Sunday, April 25, are turning into a confusing battle. Each poll highlights the dominance of caretaker Prime Minister Edi Rama on the one hand and the closing of the gap between the Socialist Party and the Democratic Party on the other. The bipartisan party comes out…

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The Foreign Ministers of Cyprus, Greece, Israel and the United Arab Emirates hold the first quadripartite meeting

The Foreign Ministers of Cyprus, Greece, Israel and the United Arab Emirates held their first joint meeting in Paphos on Friday following the recent normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, stressing the importance of this meeting in subsequent statements. in cooperation and peace in the region. According to Foreign Minister Nikos…

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Erdogan: We must not allow third parties to come between us and Greece

In his comments following Friday prayers at the visit of Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and the joint press conference with Mevlut Cavusoglu, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said: “Our meeting really took place in the middle of a very nice atmosphere. However, things took a completely different turn during their meeting with our Foreign…

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Anastasiades: Yesterday Turkey confirmed its unchanged position on the Cyprus issue

Turkey confirmed yesterday in the highest possible way their unchanging position on the Cyprus issue which they have maintained since the founding of the Republic of Cyprus, said today the Cypriot President Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, emphasizing that the creation of two states has no place in the Cyprus issue. Speaking to the press during a…

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OP / ED: Greek-Turkish relations, backwards or a new beginning?

The ‘Greek-Turkish Dialogue and Open Communication Channels’ fan club must have experienced an unpleasant surprise during yesterday’s joint press conference between Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias. The way the press conference was conducted, with the two Ministers playing the blame game, could be evaluated in any way but positively, although…

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Turkey: Tensions rose between Dendias, Cavusoglu at the joint press conference

A otherwise positive visit by Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias to Ankara, as praised by both sides, ended in front of the cameras during the joint press conference of the Foreign Ministers of Turkey and Greece. There was no indication that the situation would escape joint statements between the two counterparts, as the prevailing climate…