Minister of Justice and Public Order Kypros Chrysostomides of Cyprus

Chrysostomides is serving from a public post; in 2003 he was appointed Government Spokesman and served a term of 3 years.
Chrysostomides was elected as a Member of the Cyprus House of Representatives.
CNA) Kypros Chrysostomides has submitted his resignation from the post of Government Spokesman to Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos, the President confirmed here Saturday.
Speaking during a press conference, both AKEL General Secretary Demetris Christofias and the Front's President Kypros Chrysostomides expressed satisfaction for the positive outcome of their consultations.
I think Chrysostomides is very clear-headed and also very well educated, if only he focused more on communicating with the Turkish Cypriot side as well, rather than just being an apologist for the Greek Cypriot perspective, then he could offer our country great services.
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Responding to a question on whether the Government believed that a functional and viable solution of the Cyprus problem was possible with Mr Talat leading the Turkish Cypriot community, Mr Chrysostomides expressed the hope that there would now be a climate conducive for efforts aimed at a settlement that would provide for an independent and common country for all its legal inhabitants, and not a partitioned land, and a country that would be able to perform productively and with a united personality in the framework of the European Union.
The Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides said the Government had information that the number of illegal Turkish settlers in the occupied areas had increased dramatically reaching 140,000 – 150,000, from an estimated 110,000 – 120,000 some while ago.
Kypros Chrysostomides was the Cyprus Government Spokesman.
again the nationalistic and inflexible policy followed by Turkey.
is no change in the Turkish policy.
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Nicosia, Jul 19 (CNA) -- Cypriot Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said today that the position of the Russian Federation on the Cyprus problem is based on principles and the respect of lawfulness, noting that he did not see any change in policy on behalf of Russia.
Commenting on a statement reportedly made by Russian President Vladimir Putin on the necessity to lift the ''isolation'' of Turkish Cypriots, after a meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Chrysostomides said ''the position of the Russian Federation is known.
Chrysostomides said the Russian position ''is based on principles and the respect of lawfulness, and in this way I interpret any statements by Mr.
The Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides said that it is the Government’s wish that a statement which would be objective, correspond to the principles on which the EU is founded and depend on the decisions of the EU Councils, will be issued by the British Presidency on the date of the commencement of Turkey’s accession negotiations with the EU.
Speaking at his daily press briefing yesterday, Mr Chrysostomides said that “our side has not received the draft statement of the British Presidency” but clarified that “the Government is ready for any eventuality and has all the answers depending on what this initial statement will contain.
Referring to the EU’s counter statement to Turkey’s declaration that it does not recognize the Republic of Cyprus, Mr Chrysostomides said that this counter statement already constitutes a political declaration which binds the EU and which has been collectively and unanimously adopted by all EU member states.
The Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides denied categorically the Turkish Cypriot leader’s accusations that the Greek Cypriot side does not want a solution and stressed that “an enormous effort has been made to prove to all directions that we want a solution, an immediate resumption of the processes, while what Mr Talat wants now is neither the reunification of our country for the benefit of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, nor a common trust to the structure that is called the Cyprus State.
The Cyprus Government fully respects the right to education, according to the Republic’s Constitution and the relevant international conventions and for this reason, it has taken all necessary measures to respond to the educational needs of Turkish Cypriots and other Turkish-speaking people in Limassol, the Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides has noted.
In a written statement on the opening of a Turkish Cypriot elementary school in Limassol, Mr Chrysostomides said the Government had introduced special measures from the school year 2004-2005 aiming to upgrade the elementary education of Turkish Cypriots, Roma and other Turkish speakers living in that town.
Speaking to reporters, Chrysostomides said a Council of Ministers meeting agreed that 100,000 dollars will be sent to the countries in cash, a further 150,000 dollars aid will be made available for medicine and 120,000 dollars allocated for such materials as camp beds, blankets and chemical toilets.
Chrysostomides said the distribution of the financial assistance to the affected areas will be done after the government consults with the International Federation of Red Cross.
Chrysostomides was appointed Minister of Justice & Public Order.
This was the second time within the space of a few days that Chrysostomides had submitted his resignation to the president.
The Cyprus Government is doing all it can through the United Nations so that the smooth operation of the Rizokarpaso Gymnasium can continue”, the Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides said yesterday during his daily press briefing.
Invited to comment on the fact that some tutors did not go to the Turkish occupied areas to teach at the Rizokarpaso Gymnasium, Mr Chrysostomides said that the Greek Cypriot side was not responsible for this situation.
This concerns tutors of specialised subjects at the school, which as you know has six forms now”, Mr Chrysostomides said adding that “the transport of the additional tutors has not yet been approved.
Asked what representations were made, Mr Chrysostomides said that the Government was doing all it could through the United Nations.
In a written statement, Chrysostomides said President Tassos Papadopoulos had a meeting Sunday with Tasos Tzionis, his special envoy to the UN Secretariat General, during which the president " was thoroughly informed" as to the consultations with Sir Kieran.
Chrysostomides expressed appreciation for the efforts by many states,including France, ''for its insistence to have a counterstatement that willrespond to the principles and goals of the EU in general.
Chrysostomides said that it is of no interest whether Britain and Francehave reached an agreement.
Cyprus government spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said Thursday that UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's letter to Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos was "self-explanatory.
CNA - Nicosia-Cyprus - 18/4/2005 08:33 Nicosia, Apr 18 (CNA) -- The Cyprus Government evaluates the results of the voting in Cyprus' occupied areas mainly with the purpose to assess its effect on the further course of the Cyprus problem, Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides has said in a written statement.
Chrysostomides said ''the termination of the presence of Mr Rauf Denktash in the leadership of the Turkish Cypriot community constitutes a significantly positive development.
Chrysostomides said that ''nevertheless, the Government of the Republic of Cyprus believes that following Cyprus' accession to the European Union and the EU's decision to accord Turkey a date for commencement of accession negotiations, Cypriots can look forward to the future with greater confidence and optimism.
NICOSIA, 22/06/2005 (CNA/ANA)The Cypriot government views as positive a statement issued by the RussianFederation's Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the adoption of aresolution by the UN SecurityCouncil to renew the mandate of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus(UNFICYP), Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said on Tuesday.
Asked what the Cyprus government expected from Wednesday's briefing of theSecurity Council by UN Under-Secretary General Sir Kieran Prendergast onhis recent visit to Cyprus, Chrysostomides said he did not know the contentof Sir Kieran's report.
Greek Cyprus Administration Spokesperson Kypros Chrysostomides has disclosed that the Cypriot Greek administration is waiting for Turkey to open its ports and remove all the obstacles in dispatching goods.
Kypros Chrysostomides has served the Ministry of Justice with high political ethos, with honesty, sensitivity, dignity and devotion, as he did in other public offices that he served at times.
Cyprus government spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said on Thursday that Cyprus did not wish to veto the commencement of Turkey's EU accession negotiations, as long as the fundamental interests of Cyprus were safeguarded.
Commenting on statements by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Cyprus would not veto Ankara's membership talks, Chrysostomides said that Erdogan was referring to what Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos had told him in May in Dublin, notingthat Erdogan forgot to mention Papadopoulos' final phrase "as long as our conditions are met.
Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides was commenting on press reports that BearingPoint, one of the world's largest business consulting and systems integration firms, had won a task order contract with the US Agency for International Development (USAID), to assist Turkish Cypriots in improving their business practices and in creating and taking advantage of new business opportunities.
Chrysostomides said the US had decided on this assistance some time ago and it was not being implemented, adding that there are assurances that this is not any form of recognition of the occupation regime.
Chrysostomides was responding to remarks attributed to Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul that the decision did not mean that Cypriot ships and aircraft would be allowed into Turkish sea and air ports.
Chrysostomides is appointed to the Cyprus Government; in 2003 he was appointed Governmental Spokesman and served a term of 3 years.
Kypros Chrysostomides is a Cypriot politician, member of Cyprus Parliament.
Greek Cypriot government spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said in a statement that the regulation provides significant opportunities to Turkish Cypriots as it allows the movement of citrus, which constitutes one-third of their total annual exports, in the customs territory of the community without being subject to any duty.