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Cooperation between Kanal Sim and CyBC

Cooperation between Kanal Sim and CyBC

Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (13.09.15) reports that as of this month Turkish Cypriot Kanal Sim television will start broadcasting two bilingual programs of the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC or RIK): the “BIZ-EMEIS” [Translator’s note: It means “WE”] and the “Under the Same Sky” programs, which are broadcast by RIK2 channel in both Greek

Second reunification referendum in Cyprus on horizon

A second simultaneous referendum on Cypriot reunification could take place in early 2016 following negotiations between the two entities’ presidents, a Turkish government source said July 2. “We are at the threshold of an important development,” said the source, who asked not to be named. “The two leaders have started to get into substantial issues.

Sir Stelios awards 10 prizes for building Cypriot bi-communal business co-operation

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10152796797274345&id=314587634344 Stelios bi-communal business award brings Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots togethereasyjet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou today awarded ten cash prizes of €10,000 to Cypriot entrepreneurs helping to build the island’s bi-communal relations. http://www.stelios.com/news-archive/sir-stelios-awards-10-prizes-for-building-cypriot-inter-communal-business-co-operation.html FROM pilot training to beach safes to publishing, fishing, kitesurfing and even repairing cemetery monuments, ten teams comprising of at least

Record number of applicants for #SteliosPhilFdn Bi-communal Business Awards

http://www.stelios.com/news-archive/record-number-of-applicants-for-the-bi-communal-business-awards.html“The application deadline for the Stelios Bi-communal Business Awards 2014 has now passed and the foundation is please to report a record number of applications received this year. The award created to promote and develop business cooperation between Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot entrepreneurs on the island has increased over the past five years. Now