December 17, 2018

Archives for September 2000

Statement by the Representative of Cyprus Ambassador Constantine Moushoutas at the Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly – Report of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization

Mr. President,

The Millennium Summit and the General Debate which was just concluded, gave preeminence as never before to man’s quest for a more equitable distribution of wealth. [Read more…]

President Clerides on proximity talks

Exiting the UN building on September 23 from a meeting with UN Special Adviser Alvaro De Soto, President Glafcos Clerides said that the discussion on all four issues, defined by the UN in the context of the proximity talks, will be completed with Monday’s (September 25) meeting with the UN. [Read more…]

Address by the Foreign Minister of Cyprus Dr. Ioannis Kasoulides to the 55th Session of the UN General Assembly

Mr. President,

I would like to extend my warmest congratulations on your well-deserved election as President of the 55th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. I am certain that your considerable experience and diplomatic skills will guide the work of this Session to a successful conclusion. [Read more…]

Panel of judges of European Court of Human Rights concluded the fourth interstate application of Cyprus against Turkey

A hearing on Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at the European Court of Human Rights of the Council of Europe in a case of human rights violations in Cyprus by Turkey concluded the legal proceedings of the fourth inter-state application the Republic of Cyprus has filed against Turkey. [Read more…]

Government Spokesman replies to Turkish Foreign Minister

Commenting on a reference to Cyprus made by Turkish Foreign Minister, Mr Ismail Cem, before the UN General Assembly, the Government Spokesman, Mr Michalis Papapetrou, yesterday made the following statement: [Read more…]

The Latin Community in Cyprus

Upon the establishment of the Cyprus Republic in 1960, many minority religious groups became recognized through constitutional law. Among these groups were the Maronites, the Armenians and the Latins. The Latins, a Roman Catholic religious group, has a history that dates back many centuries. [Read more…]

Address by the President of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Glafcos Clerides at the Millennium Assembly of the United Nations

Mr. President,


Ladies and Gentlemen,

The Millennium Assembly, which rightly has gathered here an unprecedented number of Heads of State and Government, is indeed a truly historic event. it is a significant effort to mobilize the forces of international cooperation at the highest possible level. [Read more…]