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The Minister of Education and Culture departs for Kuwait

The Minister of Education and Culture, Mr Costas Kadis departs for Kuwait at the invitation of the Minister of Education and Higher Education of Kuwait, Dr Bader Hamad Al-Eisa. During his visit, Mr Kadis will have a meeting with his counterpart the Minister of Education and Higher Education of Kuwait, as well as with the Rector of the University of Kuwait, the President of the Australian College of Kuwait and the Director General of the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research. The promotion of bilateral relations and the strengthening of the cooperation of the two countries in the field of higher education is among the topics to be discussed during the Minister’s meetings in the country. The visit of Mr Kadis to Kuwait falls within the wider context of the globalization of higher education in Cyprus and of attracting international students. The Minister will return to Cyprus on Wednesday, March 22. - 19.04.2015




The Minister of Foreign Affairs to participate in the Foreign Affairs and the General Affairs Councils of the EU


The Minister of Foreign Affairs to participate in the Foreign Affairs
and the General Affairs Councils of the EU
The Minister of Foreign Affairs to participate in the Foreign Affairs and the General Affairs Councils of the EU The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Ioannis Kasoulides, will participate in the Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) of the EU, to be held in Luxemburg on 20 April. During FAC’s deliberations, the discussion is expected to be focused, inter alia, on the developments in Yemen and Libya, the results of the E3/EU+3 negotiations with Iran for its nuclear programme, as well as the EU relations with the countries of the Latin America and the Caribbean. Minister Kasoulides will also participate in the annual Ministerial Meeting of the Eastern Partnership that will take place the same day with the participation of both the EU Foreign Ministers and the Foreign Ministers of the Eastern Partners. The Minister of Foreign Affairs will return to Cyprus on Tuesday, 21 April. - 19.04.2015




The President of the House of Representatives departs for Rome

The President of the House of Representatives, Mr Yiannakis L. Omirou, departs tomorrow for Rome to participate in the Conference of the Speakers of European Union Parliaments, to take place on April 20-21. My Omirou will be accompanied by the Secretary General of the House of Representatives, Ms Vasiliki Anastasiadou, the Director of his Office, Mr Antonis Koutalianos, and the Senior International Relations Officer, Mrs Hara Parla. During the Conference, the Speakers will exchange views inter alia on new paths towards development, in the framework of European efforts to recover from the crisis. They will also discuss the issue of transforming Europe into a continent of fundamental rights, through the establishment of freedom, solidarity and security, the role of EU parliaments in negotiating international agreements, and the issue of strengthening the political dialogue among EU national parliaments and institutions. Mr Omirou will return to Cyprus on April 21. - 18.04.2015




Event at the archaeological site of Choirokoitia on the occasion of the International Day for Monuments and Sites

The 18th April was designated in 1983 by UNESCO as International Day for Monuments and Sites, following a proposal by ICOMOS, a non-governmental International Council on Monuments and Sites, responsible for the preservation and protection of world cultural heritage. Since 1983, the 18th April is celebrated every year with events aiming at raising public awareness on issues related to archaeological heritage, and all forms of culture, in general. Within this framework, an event will take place at the Archaeological Site of Choirokoitia, on the 24th of April 2015, at 17.30, to celebrate the gradual implementation of the Master Plan of this very important Neolithic site, the creation of new routes within the archaeological site, and the installation of new informative panels, sponsored by the French Company TOTAL in collaboration with the French Institute of Cyprus. -17.04.2015

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Remarks by the President of the Republic at the Conference of the Cyprus-Greece Lions

Remarks by the President of the Republic 
at the Conference of the Cyprus-Greece LionsThe new tripartite meeting of Cyprus, Greece and Egypt will take place in Nicosia in the next days, the President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, said yesterday, in his address evening at the 48th Conference of the Cyprus-Greece Lions. In his address to the Lions’ Conference, the President of the Republic made extensive references to the Cyprus problem, starting from the appointment of the Greek Cypriot Interlocutor, to his proposals for confidence building measures, the Joint Communiqué of 11 February 2014, and the illegal and provocative acts of Turkey in the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic of Cyprus with the issuing of the Navtex. He added that, with the consent of all the political parties, it was decided that there was no other choice but to suspend the dialogue. “At the same time, after the suspension of the dialogue, and in view of the propaganda instigated by the Turkish diplomacy, we determined that the direct briefing, but also the policies that should create international alliances, were imperative”, President Anastasiades said. -17.04.2015

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