Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Bob Carr confirms Australian Government support for the Cyprus issue

On the 9th May 2013, Peter Louca JP, Chairman of Justice for Cyprus Coordinating Committee of SA (SEKA) attended the Foreign Aid Forum hosted by Steve Georganas MP the Federal Member for Hindmarsh. The guest speaker was the Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Bob Carr.   Peter Louca reports   I had the opportunity to...
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Cyprus ranks 23d in the Economist`s where-to-be-born index

London, Jan 3 (CNA) — Cyprus ranks 23rd among 80 countries offering the most promising life prospects for children to be born in 2013, according to a quality of life index, composed by the Economist Intelligence Unit. According to the Economist, the “where-to-be-born index” takes into account 11 statistical indicators concerning financial and social matters,...
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Irish MPs call on Ankara to work for Cyprus solution

According to an official statement issued today by the Press and Information Office in Nicosia, the Irish MPs also noted that the withdrawal of the Turkish troops from Cyprus’ northern Turkish occupied part as well as the withdrawal of all Turkish settlers are prerequisites for the continuation of Turkey’s membership talks.
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The Australian Hellenic Council 2012 National Conference

A New Milestone for the Progress of Hellenism Once again, the Annual National Conference of the Australian Hellenic Council (AHC) took place on the weekend of 15th-16th September 2012 in Canberra. In addition, pre-arranged meetings at Federal Parliament House were conducted on Monday the 17th of September 2012. The conference was attended by delegates from...
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RIKSAT in Australia and New Zealand via TV Plus

According to information received from Cyprus, we have been informed that the CBC has made an agreement with Australian company  TV PLUS ( to provide on a subscription basis, the satellite program RIK in Australia and New Zealand, in Hellenic Satellite broadcasting channels. At this stage the company is making emissions tests and the start...
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Cyprus ranked 69th in the London Olympics

CYPRUS ranked 69th among the 85 medal winning countries at the London Olympics, which ended last Sunday. Overall, athletes from 205 countries competed. The island took home one medal, the silver in men’s laser won by Limassolian Pavlos Kontides, 22. It was the first Olympic medal ever won by a Cypriot. Fellow sailor Andreas Kariolou...
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Rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU by Cyprus

On the occasion of the assumption of the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU by Cyprus, the President of the Republic of Cyprus HE Mr. Demetris Christofias officially presented on the 4 July 2012, the Cyprus Presidency programme before the European Parliament’s plenary session in Strasbourg. At the plenary session the MEPs had...
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New US Ambassador to Cyprus Vows to Work for Reunification

New US Ambassador designate to Cyprus John Koenig said that if confirmed by the Senate, his top priority will be to support efforts to reunite Cyprus into a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation.
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Rep. Bilirakis Speaks Out On Eve of 38th Anniversary of Turkish Invasion of Cyprus

Rep. Gus Bilirakis, a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Hellenic Issues, spoke on the House Floor on July 19, 2012, to recall a somber anniversary that has pained the Cypriot and Hellenic communities for the past 38 years. Even though the tragic events of the...
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Howard L. Berman Asks US Government to Reassess Its Policy On Cyprus

In a letter to US Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton, ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Howard L. Berman, urges a “thoroughgoing re-assessment” of the US policy on Cyprus
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