TRNC News Today 6th March 2015
Davutoğlu: “There is a need for Ban Ki-moon Plan in Cyprus”
After the meeting he had with the General Secretary of United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon yesterday, Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoğlu, stated that they also discussed the Cyprus issue. Davutoğlu also reminded that the Turkish side supported the Annan plan in 2004, and said “today I told General Secretary Ban, we need a Ban Ki-moon Plan for solving the Cyprus Problem before his term of duty ends.”
Davutoğlu also stated that the Greek side should return to the table and an international conference meeting should be realized as soon as possible. Davutoğlu carried on by saying: “Instead of one sided actions and provocations about natural resources in Cyprus, negotiation at the table will be more beneficial. We will do everything possible for a sustainable comprehensive peace.”
“Cyprus remains high on the agenda of UNSG”
Stéphane Dujarric was invited to comment over Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu`s statement that it’s time for Ban Ki-moon to present his plan on Cyprus, like his predecessor Kofi Annan did by the end of his mandate.
Ban and Davutoglu met on Thursday at the headquarters of the UN, in New York.
“The Secretary-General’s Special Adviser, Mr. Eide is hard at work continuing his consultations. When he is ready to unveil something, it will be unveiled, but obviously Cyprus remains very high on the agenda for the Secretary-General” Dujarric said.
He added that “as both the Secretary-General and the Prime Minister said in their meeting it’s a permanent agenda item which they both would like to see resolved”.
Russia visit of Anastasiades is at UK Parliament
Greek Fileleftheros newspaper stated that British MPs are firing questions at Foreign Ministry of UK at the Parliament and the EU Minister of the UK, David Lidington, is answering questions in this aspect.
On the other hand, the Spokesperson of the Russian Embassy in South Cyprus Sergei Filimonof responded to the reactions of the UK and USA to Anasatasiades’ Russia visit as “visit is the sovereignty right of Cyprus”.
“Identification is accurate but some small bones were accidentally related with Foris’s remains”
In the statement made by the Committee of Missing Persons, it has been stated that right after the arguments that “bones belong to other 3 missing persons were given to the family of missing Yeorgios Foris together with Foris’s bones”, the experts who came to the Island to analyze the subject, confirmed that the identification of Foris is accurate but some small bones were accidentally related with remains of Foris.
Two independent experts proposed by International Red Cross Committee, have analyzed the bones of Georgios Foris between 2-5 March, and also revised the procedures related to the complicated facts.
In the statement the Missing Persons Committee accepted the findings of the experts and expressed their apologies to the family and noted that the bones which didn’t belong to Foris were taken by the Committee for identification.
Tourism of TRNC is at Berlin Fair
Deputy Prime Ministry, Economy, Tourism, Culture and Sports Ministry is situated at a stand which is 118 meters square and aims to bring together German market which has great contributions to the country’s tourism and the tourism professionals.
KITSAB, KITOB, health tourism and golf tourism are taking place at the TRNC stand which is providing an opportunity for promotion.
Rüya Taner is giving a recital in Belgium today
Rüya Taner who has given many concerts and recitals together with other recitals and orchestras mainly in capital city of Brussels and many other cities of Belgium, first met art lovers at the Culture and Art Center of Beringen in 2010 at a recital she gave and won high recognition.
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