September 15, 2014

The Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) in Cyprus – Contrary to the Rule of Law and European Principles

The 15th of November 2004 marks the 21st anniversary of the unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) by the illegal regime in the Turkish occupied northern part of Cyprus . [Read more...]

Measures to facilitate the movement of goods and the development of contacts and economic relations between G/C and T/C

The European Union Council’s Regulation 866/2004 of 29.4.2004 (regulation concerning the crossing of people, goods and services across the division line) aims at facilitating commerce and at the development of contacts and financial relations between Cypriots who live in the areas controlled by the Government and those who are in the occupied areas through the establishment of special rules. [Read more...]

Measures for the movement of public-use vehicles for the Turkish Cypriots

The Regulation that was adopted by the Council of the European Union regarding the “demarcation line” regulates, inter alia, the movement of persons and goods, and consequently, public-use vehicles and their owners. [Read more...]

Cypriot Jewellers Exhibit at International Jewellery Show in New York

Six Cypriot jewellery designers are presenting their creations at the annual JA International Jewelry Show that is taking place between the 25-28 of July, 2004 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City . [Read more...]

Diplomatic Relations Between Cyprus and Antigua and Barbuda

The Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the United Nations Ambassador Andreas Mavroyiannis and the Permanent Representative of Antigua and Barbuda Dr. John W. Ashe signed, on 22 July 2004 , a joint communiqué concerning the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Cyprus and Antigua and Barbuda. [Read more...]

Proclamation by the State of New York on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the Turkish Invasion in Cyprus

Whereas, the Empire State is proud to be home to one of the Nation’s largest populations of Greek Americans, many of whom trace their roots to Cyprus, and this community has added to the growth and development of our State and Nation, and continues to thrive as a result of the contributions made by its people in areas such as the arts, education, industry, business and community service. [Read more...]

Turkish Occupation in Cyprus Must End

July 20th 2004 marks the 30th year since Turkey invaded the Republic of Cyprus in 1974. Against all odds and contrary to the disastrous consequences of the Turkish invasion and continuing occupation, the Government of the Republic and the people of Cyprus , have managed, through a lengthy and colossal struggle, to rebuild Cyprus ’ injured economy and to reach admirable levels of social and economic advancement. [Read more...]

New confidence building measures

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus, in its effort to reduce tensions, enhance the climate of cooperation and confidence among the two communities, materializing its ultimate goal of the reunification of the country, has taken a series of measures that serve this purpose: [Read more...]

Cyprus Signs Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

The Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the United Nations Ambassador Andreas Mavroyiannis on 24 May 2004 signed on behalf of the Cyprus government the WHO Framework Convention of Tobacco Control at the Treaty Section of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations. [Read more...]