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The President of the Republic to visit Athens

16/04/2015

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, departs tomorrow morning, 17 April, for Athens, where he will pay a working visit. Tomorrow morning, President Anastasiades will meet with the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr Alexis Tsipras, and then, he will meet with the President of the Hellenic Republic, Mr Prokopis Pavlopoulos.

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Remarks by the President of the Republic on the Cyprus problem

08/04/2015

We are decided, with good disposition, will and determination, to engage in a substantive dialogue so that we will be led, at the earliest possible, to a solution. In his remarks to reporters, in Nicosia, when asked what prospects for a conclusion he foresees when the talks on the Cyprus problem resume, the President said that “the resumption precedes and the forecasting of the result follows.

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Remarks by the President of the Republic

04/04/2015

There was no understanding whatsoever with Turkey with regard to the withdrawal of the Turkish seismic vessel “Barbaros” from the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Republic of Cyprus and the developments with regard to the ENI company, the President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, said today. In his remarks to reporters, in Nicosia, when invited to comment on the statements made by the Turkish Minister of Energy that there was an understanding for the withdrawal of “Barbaros” and the withdrawal of ENI’s platform from Cyprus’ EEZ, the President said there was no such understanding whatsoever.

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Address by the President at the Annual General Meeting of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber

03/04/2015

It is a great pleasure and honour for me to be again with you and to address the 26th Annual General Meeting of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber. First and above all, I would like to stress that my presence today, once more, manifests the importance that the Government places on one of the main pillars of the development of Cyprus economy, its shipping industry, and I wish to assure you that the close cooperation between the Government and the private shipping sector will not only continue, but will be further enhanced. At the same time, I feel obliged to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude to all of you, who, as leading shipping entrepreneurs, continue to trust and support Cyprus its shipping industry.

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The President gave a Press Conference on the economy

03/04/2015

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, gave today, at the Presidential Palace, a Press Conference on the economy, during which he announced the lifting of all restrictions imposed during the last two years, as well as a series of measures, which fully restore the trust in the financial system, while they aim at boosting the economy and growth and at creating new work positions. “As a result of the hard work by everybody and the consistency in implementing the obligations we undertook, 24 months after the assumption of the governance, today we can speak with certainty of a course of total reversal of an unprecedented crisis we were called to deal with.

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Remarks by the President of the Republic

01/04/2015

The fact that (the Turkish seismic vessel) Barbaros has left is a positive step, the President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, said, adding that “what is left is for the navtex not to be renewed and for the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus not to be disregarded.” President Anastasiades made the statement on the sidelines of the doxology on the occasion of the anniversary of the anti-colonial liberation struggle of 1955-1959.

The President receives the credentials of the High Commissioner of Uganda

31/03/2015

The President receives the credentials of the High Commissioner of UgandaThe President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, received today, at a formal ceremony at the Presidential Palace, the credentials of the High Commissioner of the Republic of Uganda to Cyprus, stationed in Rome, Mrs Dinah Grace Akello. Presenting her credentials, Mrs Akello said: “Your Excellency, President Nicos Anastasiades, It is a great honour for me to have the opportunity to present to you the Letters of Credence from my President, H.E. General Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

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The President receives the credentials of the Ambassador the United Arab Emirates

31/03/2015

The President receives the credentials of the Ambassador the United Arab EmiratesThe President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, received today, at a formal ceremony at the Presidential Palace, the credentials of the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Cyprus, stationed in Beirut, Mr Abdulwahab Nasser Al-Najjar. Presenting his credentials, Mr Al-Najjar said: “Your Excellency, I have the honor to present to Your Excellency the letters of credence by which H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, accredited me as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Cyprus.

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The President receives the credentials of the High Commissioner of Malaysia

31/03/2015

The President receives the credentials of the High Commissioner of MalaysiaThe President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, received today, at a formal ceremony at the Presidential Palace, the credentials of the High Commissioner of Malaysia to Cyprus, stationed in Beirut, Mr Bala Chandran Tharman. Presenting his credentials, Mr Tharman said: “Your Excellency, I have the honour today to present to Your Excellency the Letters of Credence by which His Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia has appointed me as the High Commissioner of Malaysia to the Republic of Cyprus, as well as the Letters of Recall of my predecessor.

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