December 17, 2018

Archives for September 2003

Statement by H.E. Mr. Tassos Papadopoulos President of the Republic of Cyprus at the 58th Session of the UN General Assembly

Mr. President,

I would like to extend to you my warmest congratulations on your election as President of the 58th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. We are indeed very happy to see a Minister from a fellow Commonwealth, and also an island State, preside the session. [Read more…]

Statement by the Foreign Minister Mr. George Iacovou at the UN High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS

Mr. President, Excellencies,

Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Three decades after the first AIDS case was reported humanity is faced with a global and persistent humanitarian disaster, which has gravely affected entire geographic regions. [Read more…]

President Papadopoulos to attend UN General Assembly

H.E. the President of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Tassos Papadopoulos, will visit New York from 23-27 September to attend the 58th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Foreign Minister Mr. George Iacovou will accompany President Papadopoulos. [Read more…]

Cyprus Journalists Condemn ”Charges” Against T/C Journalists

The Union of Cyprus Journalists has strongly denounced a new wave of persecution of Turkish Cypriot journalists in the Turkish-occupied northern part of Cyprus, describing it as an escalation of the unrelenting campaign and effort by the occupation regime to strangle the voices of those who are trying to end the occupation. [Read more…]

The Cyprus Government Urges Israel to Rescind its Decision to Expel Yasser Arafat

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus endorses the statement of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union of 12th September, concerning the recent decision by the Israeli Security Cabinet to expel Yasser Arafat – the elected President of the Palestinian National Authority- from the Palestinian Territories. Cyprus expresses ( 15/9/03 ) its profound concern over this decision and calls for its rescinding. [Read more…]