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President Anastasiades talks to CNN on the ongoing gas exploration in Cyprus' EEZ
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Speech by Government Spokesman Nikos Christodoulides at the 30th Annual Cyprus and Hellenic Leadership Conference - July 15, 2014
Distinguished guests,

Ladies and gentlemen,

Dear Friends,

It is a distinct honour and pleasure to be with you today, amongst true friends.
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Lunch Briefing by Government Spokesman Nikos Christodoulides for Congressional staffers - July 15, 2014
“CYPRUS: PROSPECTS FOR REUNIFICATION”

Distinguished guests,

Ladies and gentlemen,

Dear friends,

It is a great pleasure to be here in Washington DC in such great company.
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Message of the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus in Washington D.C., Mr. George Chacalli, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus
My dear compatriots,

As you all know, this year marks the fortieth anniversary of Turkey’s invasion of Cyprus and of the forcible division of our island. Vice President Biden himself made the point during his recent trip to Cyprus, that “…it’s long past time -- 40 years -- that all Cypriots are reunited”.
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Address by the President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, at the unveiling of an honorary plaque for Cypriots who helped Jewish refugees, July 7, 2014
It is with profound emotion and great respect that we are here today for the unveiling of a commemorative plaque which will serve as a reminder, for present and future generations, of the warm relations developed during difficult and tragic times between the Cypriot and Jewish people. During and immediately after the Second World War, Cyprus became a passing point for about 53.000 survivors of the Holocaust who were trying to reach Palestine, which was under British administration, before the establishment of the State of Israel.

Jews deported to Cyprus were housed in military camps in the Karaolos area near the town of Famagusta, in military camps in Dekeleia and here, in Xylotympou. For the Jewish people, the deportation period to our then-colonized island, was the last stage in their long journey to the land of Israel. It was a period of endless, depressing living conditions, but even under these circumstances, at the military camps of Jewish refugees there was life, a lot of compassion and love.
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