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    Cypriot citizens Granted to the two children – Ministerial decisions

    Finally approved by the Council of Ministers the exceptional concession of the status of Cypriot citizen to Christos and Thekleia-Jasmina Ozturk.

    It is recalled that the South Cyprus Minister of Interior, Nikos Nouris, submitted a specific recommendation regarding the granting of the Cypriot citizenship to the two children from Liopetri, with a Greek Cypriot mother and a father from a Turkish Cypriot mother and a Turkish father.

    All decisions of the Ministerial

    The Council of Ministers approved, exceptionally, the separation of 20 plots through the Housing Plan for the Disposal of Plots to Families with Low Incomes in the community of Alassa. The concession is made in the context of compensatory benefits to the community.

    It also approved the Memorandum of Understanding between the Commissioner for Legislation and the Cyprus Bar Association. The purpose of the Memorandum in question is to establish cooperation between the two bodies on issues relating to legislative reforms, modernization, simplification, completion, consolidation, codification and revision of the Cypriot legislative framework, as well as the promotion and/or implementation of recommendations that fall within the sphere of competence of the Commissioner for Legislation.

    The Council of Ministers approved a proposal of the Ministry of Interior which amends the Law concerning Recreation Centers. The aim of the amendment is to control sound emission limits more effectively from recreational areas. The scope of the Law is extended to recreational areas located within hotels and tourist accommodation. Stricter penalties are introduced for the emission of sound above the permitted limits.

    The Council of Ministers, taking into account that the four-month period for the submission of applications for the settlement of overdue social contributions has expired, decided to extend the possibility of submitting relevant applications until February 26, 2022.

    In addition, it approved the extension of the “License” for another ten years to the Community Council of Arefotia of the former school building of the community for its use as a Community Clinic.

    Important is the decision of the Council of Ministers to grant a grant to the Limassol Municipality,amounting to €80,000 to cover the costs of purchasing services for the prevention and combating of marine pollution on the Limassol coastal front.

    The Council of Ministers decided on the following appointments:

    • Mr. Neophytos Papadopoulos, General Director of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth, as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Higher Hotel Institute of Cyprus (HHIC) in place of Mr. Kypros Kyprianou, and Mr. Evgenios Savvas, representative of the Pancyprian Association of Hotel Managers (PASYDIXE), as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Higher Hotel Institute of Cyprus (HHIC), in place of Mr. Christos Angelidis, for the remainder of the Council’s term of office, i.e. until 12/5/22.
    • Dr Olga Kalakouta, First Health Officer, Ministry of Health, as a member of the Implementation Council of the National Strategy for combating the Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children and Child Pornography, replacing Ms. Myrto Azina Chronidi, for the remainder of the current term of the Council, which expires on 6/3/2024.
    • Mrs. Nikoleta Dorzi, as a member of the Council of Food Scientists, Food Technologists and Dietitians, replacing Dr. Christiana Charidimou Filippou, for the remainder of the Council’s term, i.e. until 2/5/2023.
    • For the Board of Directors of the School for the Blind “Agios Varnavas”. President Mrs. Irene Hadjilouka Mavri is appointed, with members Christakis Nikolaidis, Georgios Prodromou, Stavros Leonidou, Christos Xiourouppas, Yiannos Karapatakis, Vassos Steliou, Christos Avgoustinou, Anastasis Kola, Michalis Mouroutis, Andreas Fotiadis, Elina Charalambous and Charalambos Charalambous.

    Christos and Thekleia-Jassimina live without an identity because they are denied the rule of “law”

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