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Remarks by the President of the Republic on the Cyprus problem

17/08/2014

Certainly much will depend on the stance by the newly-elected President of Turkey, the President of the Republic, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, said today, referring to the efforts to reach a solution to the Cyprus problem. Speaking to the press in the village of Pedoulas, the President added that “some information claimed or wanted to make Mr. Erdogan appear decided” but cautioned that this will become clear in due course.

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The President addressed an event organized by the Famagusta Municipality

09/08/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, addressed tonight an event organized by the Famagusta Municipality, in Deryneia, for the 40 years of Famagusta’s occupation by Turkish troops. Speaking at the event, the President said that “during these last 40 years, Famagusta was turned from a city that was to be returned into a ghost-city. There is no logical explanation to justify the insistence of the Turks to keep a European Union city under this inhuman siege.

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President of the Republic meets Prime Minister of Greece

28/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, met today noon at Maximos Mansion, in Athens, with the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr Antonis Samaras and the Deputy Prime Minister of the Greek Government and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Evangelos Venizelos. At the focus of the meeting were the exchange of views on the Cyprus problem and the definition of a common course. After the meeting, the President of the Republic and the Greek Prime Minister made the following statements: A.Samaras: “Our friend, President Mr Nicos Anastasiades, briefed us on the course of the bicommunal talks in Cyprus, under the light of course, of the developments currently taking place at the Security Council of the United Nations.

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The President of the Republic departs for Athens

27/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, departs tomorrow, July 28, for Athens where he will pay a two-day visit. The President will be accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Ioannis Kasoulides, and the Government Spokesman, Mr Nikos Chistodoulides. During the first day of his visit in Athens, the President will have a meeting with the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr Antonis Samaras. Talks between the delegations of the two countries will follow. On July 29, President Anastasiades will have separate meetings, in the Hellenic Parliament, with the leaders of parliamentary parties. On the sidelines of the President’s visit, the Government Spokesman, Mr Nikos Christodoulides, will have a meeting with his Greek counterpart, Mrs Sofia Voultepsi. The President of the Republic and the members of the Cyprus delegation will return to Cyprus in the evening of July 29.

Swearing-in ceremony of the new Chief of the National Guard Lieutenant General Georgios Basiakoulis

23/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, gave a speech today at the swearing-in ceremony of the new Chief of the National Guard Lieutenant General Georgios Basiakoulis, which was held at the Presidential Palace. While welcoming the new Chief of the National Guard, the President of the Republic said that that the Turkish occupation army constitutes an illegal and unacceptable reality and at the same time is a permanent threat to the future of Cyprus. President Anastasiades underlined that “we are obliged to maintain high levels of combat and operational readiness and capability of the National Guard so that we are able to effectively deal with any challenges.” At the same time, he reiterated the position that “the stronger the deterrent force of the National Guard is, the stronger is the Greek Cypriot side in the negotiation process.”

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Message of condolences by the President of the Republic for the victims of the plane crash in Ukraine

22/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, signed today the book of condolences opened by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for the victims of the plane crash in Ukraine. In his message, President Anastasiades wrote the following: “It was with profound shock and sorrow that I was informed of the shooting down of the plane of Malaysia Airlines, flight MH17, in Ukraine on 17 July 2014, which has resulted in the death of hundreds of innocent people. On behalf of the Government and the people of Cyprus, I wish to extend my deepest condolences and most heartfelt sympathies to the Government and the people of the Netherlands. At this difficult time, our thoughts are with the bereaved families.”

The President spoke at the event for the black anniversaries of the coup and the Turkish invasion

20/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, spoke at the bipartisan anti-occupation event for the black anniversaries of the coup and the Turkish invasion, which took place tonight at the Presidential Palace. President Anastasiades said, inter alia, that the aim is for a solution that will be coherent with international agreements and conventions on human rights, international law and the principles of the European acquis, stressing that “what we want is an honourable peace and, finally, the creation of a homeland that will not lack from the other states of Europe in political and human rights.”

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Statements by the President after the memorial service for the fallen of the Turkish invasion

20/07/2014

The President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, speaking after the memorial service for the fallen during the Turkish invasion, organized by the National Guard and the Defence Ministry, at the Tomb of Makedonitissa, said the following: "Forty years are enough for everyone. For us but also for Turkey and the Turkish Cypriots to realize that the solution will be to the benefit of all our people. But especially the prospects that are opening up for future generations, ensuring the future and generally ensuring their existence on the land that gave birth to us, I believe that these impose, at least on those who so far refused to accept it, and I mean primarily Turkey and some circles of the Turkish Cypriot community, that it's time to think positively and to create what our country deserves.

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