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    On 10th December 2018, the 28 Member States of the European Union endorsed a strategy which will take the EU's ties with India to a new level and help our relations reach their full potential. This new strategy is unique as it is the first time the EU and its Member States have developed a holistic, long-term strategic vision covering security, trade, investment, environment, research and people-to-people contacts. The Strategy was elaborated in a broad consultation with stakeholders from Governments, businesses, think tanks, CSOs both in the EU as well as here in India.

     

    There is no doubt that we have achieved a lot together since we first established the EU-India Strategic partnership in 2004. Most notably we have witnessed a remarkable transformation of our cooperation from a focus on assistance to broader and deeper security, trade, sustainable development and research and innovation ties. For example two way trade in goods and services exceeded €100bn in 2017 (making us India's largest trade partner) and our €70bn in cumulative foreign direct investment provide over 6.5m direct and indirect jobs in India.

     

    However, we are all well aware that more needs to be done. In these last few years the world has seen important transformations which coincide with challenges to multilateralism, tremendous economic growth coupled with environmental degradation and climate change. During the last decade, the EU - adding to its standing as the world's largest economy - has also become a more robust global actor on foreign policy and security issues while India has become the world's fastest growing economy and has played an increasingly prominent role in the international stage.  
    It was high time that we gave a new long-term vision to our partnership and that we backed this vision with a clear agenda capable of scaling up our engagement. The new strategy does just that. It's well-timed, ambitious, concrete and, yet, achievable and within reach. 

     

    Faced with increased instability in world affairs, the EU and India have remained staunch defenders of a rules-based global order centred on effective multilateral institutions. Given our common values and objectives, the EU and India, working together, will have a greater impact on shaping global political and economic governance. To this end, we will strive to step up consultation and coordination with India in multilateral and regional fora.

     

    The EU and India have been working together on the most acute global challenges such as climate change and environmental protection, promotion and protection of human rights and gender equality, as well as international security. While strengthening these we are seeking to further expand our cooperation on biodiversity, ocean governance, humanitarian and disaster relief, outer space safety.

     

    India's steady economic growth, demographic advantage and modernisation initiatives call for greater bilateral collaboration. Science and technology will be further leveraged to accelerate sustainable development both in India and the EU. As we share common challenges related to sustainable modernisation, we are ready to strengthen our cooperation with India in a number of critical areas such as sustainable urbanization, promotion of renewable energy, water management, circular economy, resource efficiency, innovations and ICT. Moreover, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has a rapidly growing portfolio financing projects in India, helping to address issues such as transportation, energy and access to credit for SMEs.

     

    We are also keen to advance an ambitious common agenda on economic, trade, investment, and regulatory cooperation, including a comprehensive agreement on trade and investment. And, as demonstrated at the last G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, the EU and India work together in the defence of the multilateral trading system, and plan to intensify such joint endeavours.

     

    We also intend to step up our bilateral security cooperation with India to effectively tackle terrorist threats; to develop global norms for a free, secure, stable, and peaceful use of the cyberspace; to maintain freedom of navigation and to secure lines of communications.  Moreover, as we enhance the joint development of defence capabilities within the EU, we are also keen to develop military-to-military relations with India.

     

    The EU and its Member States both have a strong relationship with India and this joint approach will help to pool effectively the efforts and resources to deepen cooperation in all fields. We are convinced that both sides have much to gain from strengthening this partnership and to realize the full potential of our relations. We are all committed to moving forward collectively with this agenda, building on each other’s strengths and seizing the opportunities of joint actions. 

     

    The European Union and its Member States are determined to implement this strategic vision to achieve concrete, meaningful and relevant results in full partnership with India. 

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Given our common values and objectives, the EU and India, working together, will have a greater impact on shaping global political and economic governance. To this end, we will strive to step up consultation and coordination with India in multilateral and regional fora. The EU and India have been working together on the most acute global challenges such as climate change and environmental protection, promotion and protection of human rights and gender equality, as well as international security. While strengthening these we are seeking to further expand our cooperation on biodiversity, ocean governance, humanitarian and disaster relief, outer space safety. India's steady economic growth, demographic advantage and modernisation initiatives call for greater bilateral collaboration. Science and technology will be further leveraged to accelerate sustainable development both in India and the EU. 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As we share common challenges related to sustainable modernisation, we are ready to strengthen our cooperation with India in a number of critical areas such as sustainable urbanization, promotion of renewable energy, water management, circular economy, resource efficiency, innovations and ICT. Moreover, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has a rapidly growing portfolio financing projects in India, helping to address issues such as transportation, energy and access to credit for SMEs. We are also keen to advance an ambitious common agenda on economic, trade, investment, and regulatory cooperation, including a comprehensive agreement on trade and investment. And, as demonstrated at the last G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, the EU and India work together in the defence of the multilateral trading system, and plan to intensify such joint endeavours. 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Given our common values and objectives, the EU and India, working together, will have a greater impact on shaping global political and economic governance. To this end, we will strive to step up consultation and coordination with India in multilateral and regional fora. The EU and India have been working together on the most acute global challenges such as climate change and environmental protection, promotion and protection of human rights and gender equality, as well as international security. While strengthening these we are seeking to further expand our cooperation on biodiversity, ocean governance, humanitarian and disaster relief, outer space safety. India's steady economic growth, demographic advantage and modernisation initiatives call for greater bilateral collaboration. Science and technology will be further leveraged to accelerate sustainable development both in India and the EU. 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Most notably we have witnessed a remarkable transformation of our cooperation from a focus on assistance to broader and deeper security, trade, sustainable development and research and innovation ties. For example two way trade in goods and services exceeded €100bn in 2017 (making us India's largest trade partner) and our €70bn in cumulative foreign direct investment provide over 6.5m direct and indirect jobs in India. However, we are all well aware that more needs to be done. In these last few years the world has seen important transformations which coincide with challenges to multilateralism, tremendous economic growth coupled with environmental degradation and climate change. During the last decade, the EU - adding to its standing as the world's largest economy - has also become a more robust global actor on foreign policy and security issues while India has become the world's fastest growing economy and has played an increasingly prominent role in the international stage. 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While strengthening these we are seeking to further expand our cooperation on biodiversity, ocean governance, humanitarian and disaster relief, outer space safety. India's steady economic growth, demographic advantage and modernisation initiatives call for greater bilateral collaboration. Science and technology will be further leveraged to accelerate sustainable development both in India and the EU. As we share common challenges related to sustainable modernisation, we are ready to strengthen our cooperation with India in a number of critical areas such as sustainable urbanization, promotion of renewable energy, water management, circular economy, resource efficiency, innovations and ICT. Moreover, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has a rapidly growing portfolio financing projects in India, helping to address issues such as transportation, energy and access to credit for SMEs. 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During the last decade, the EU - adding to its standing as the world's largest economy - has also become a more robust global actor on foreign policy and security issues while India has become the world's fastest growing economy and has played an increasingly prominent role in the international stage. It was high time that we gave a new long-term vision to our partnership and that we backed this vision with a clear agenda capable of scaling up our engagement. The new strategy does just that. It's well-timed, ambitious, concrete and, yet, achievable and within reach. Faced with increased instability in world affairs, the EU and India have remained staunch defenders of a rules-based global order centred on effective multilateral institutions. Given our common values and objectives, the EU and India, working together, will have a greater impact on shaping global political and economic governance. 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As we share common challenges related to sustainable modernisation, we are ready to strengthen our cooperation with India in a number of critical areas such as sustainable urbanization, promotion of renewable energy, water management, circular economy, resource efficiency, innovations and ICT. Moreover, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has a rapidly growing portfolio financing projects in India, helping to address issues such as transportation, energy and access to credit for SMEs. We are also keen to advance an ambitious common agenda on economic, trade, investment, and regulatory cooperation, including a comprehensive agreement on trade and investment. And, as demonstrated at the last G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, the EU and India work together in the defence of the multilateral trading system, and plan to intensify such joint endeavours. 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    On 10th December 2018, the 28 Member States of the European Union endorsed a strategy which will take the EU's ties with India to a new level and help our relations reach their full potential. This new strategy is unique as it is the first time the EU and its Member States have developed a holistic, long-term strategic vision covering security, trade, investment, environment, research and people-to-people contacts. The Strategy was elaborated in a broad consultation with stakeholders from Governments, businesses, think tanks, CSOs both in the EU as well as here in India.

     

    There is no doubt that we have achieved a lot together since we first established the EU-India Strategic partnership in 2004. Most notably we have witnessed a remarkable transformation of our cooperation from a focus on assistance to broader and deeper security, trade, sustainable development and research and innovation ties. For example two way trade in goods and services exceeded €100bn in 2017 (making us India's largest trade partner) and our €70bn in cumulative foreign direct investment provide over 6.5m direct and indirect jobs in India.

     

    However, we are all well aware that more needs to be done. In these last few years the world has seen important transformations which coincide with challenges to multilateralism, tremendous economic growth coupled with environmental degradation and climate change. During the last decade, the EU - adding to its standing as the world's largest economy - has also become a more robust global actor on foreign policy and security issues while India has become the world's fastest growing economy and has played an increasingly prominent role in the international stage.  
    It was high time that we gave a new long-term vision to our partnership and that we backed this vision with a clear agenda capable of scaling up our engagement. The new strategy does just that. It's well-timed, ambitious, concrete and, yet, achievable and within reach. 

     

    Faced with increased instability in world affairs, the EU and India have remained staunch defenders of a rules-based global order centred on effective multilateral institutions. Given our common values and objectives, the EU and India, working together, will have a greater impact on shaping global political and economic governance. To this end, we will strive to step up consultation and coordination with India in multilateral and regional fora.

     

    The EU and India have been working together on the most acute global challenges such as climate change and environmental protection, promotion and protection of human rights and gender equality, as well as international security. While strengthening these we are seeking to further expand our cooperation on biodiversity, ocean governance, humanitarian and disaster relief, outer space safety.

     

    India's steady economic growth, demographic advantage and modernisation initiatives call for greater bilateral collaboration. Science and technology will be further leveraged to accelerate sustainable development both in India and the EU. As we share common challenges related to sustainable modernisation, we are ready to strengthen our cooperation with India in a number of critical areas such as sustainable urbanization, promotion of renewable energy, water management, circular economy, resource efficiency, innovations and ICT. Moreover, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has a rapidly growing portfolio financing projects in India, helping to address issues such as transportation, energy and access to credit for SMEs.

     

    We are also keen to advance an ambitious common agenda on economic, trade, investment, and regulatory cooperation, including a comprehensive agreement on trade and investment. And, as demonstrated at the last G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, the EU and India work together in the defence of the multilateral trading system, and plan to intensify such joint endeavours.

     

    We also intend to step up our bilateral security cooperation with India to effectively tackle terrorist threats; to develop global norms for a free, secure, stable, and peaceful use of the cyberspace; to maintain freedom of navigation and to secure lines of communications.  Moreover, as we enhance the joint development of defence capabilities within the EU, we are also keen to develop military-to-military relations with India.

     

    The EU and its Member States both have a strong relationship with India and this joint approach will help to pool effectively the efforts and resources to deepen cooperation in all fields. We are convinced that both sides have much to gain from strengthening this partnership and to realize the full potential of our relations. We are all committed to moving forward collectively with this agenda, building on each other’s strengths and seizing the opportunities of joint actions. 

     

    The European Union and its Member States are determined to implement this strategic vision to achieve concrete, meaningful and relevant results in full partnership with India. 

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    On 10th December 2018, the 28 Member States of the European Union endorsed a strategy which will take the EU's ties with India to a new level and help our relations reach their full potential.
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    Spoločne následne otvorili výstavu „100 rokov slovenskej diplomacie“, pre ktorú je Gagauzká galéria umenia už treťou zastávkou v aktuálnom roku. Po úvodnom slávnostnom otvorení mali možnosť na neformálnu diskusiu so slovenským veľvyslancom starostovia okolitých miest a obcí, ako aj miestni študenti, ktorí sa zapojili do projektu SlovakAid GAMCON. 

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    Predstavitelia grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán združených v bi-komunitnom dialógu navštívili 5. decembra 2018 pod vedením ZÚ Nikózia dve miesta, kde boli objavené telesné pozostatky nezvestných osôb; tentokrát na oboch stranách „zelenej línie“ rozdeľujúcej Cyprus.

     

    Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“.
    Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. Počas exhumácie v r. 2007 pod vedením Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) boli objavené telesné pozostatky 11 nezvestných osôb. Na pietnom akte sa zúčastnil aj predseda komunálnej rady obce Oroklini N. Facondis.

     

    Miestom druhej návštevy bol masový hrob v Galatei/Mehmetçiku (na polostrove Karpas). V auguste 1974 tu boli zabití a pochovaní 17 grécko-cyperskí civilisti. Dnes je na tomto mieste jazero. Napriek náročným podmienkam sa podarilo exhumovať telesné pozostatky všetkých 17 nezvestných osôb. Aj v tomto prípade sa na pietnom akte zúčastnil starosta obce C. Saricizmeli.

     

    Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb.

     

    Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. Súčasne politici z oboch strán vyjadrili podporu činnosti bi-komunitného Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) a vyzvali lídrov oboch komunít ku postaveniu spoločného pamätníka ako symbolu zmierenia a vyhláseniu spoločného pamätného dňa venovaného pamiatke obetí cyperského konfliktu.

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    Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. Súčasne politici z oboch strán vyjadrili podporu činnosti bi-komunitného Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) a vyzvali lídrov oboch komunít ku postaveniu spoločného pamätníka ako symbolu zmierenia a vyhláseniu spoločného pamätného dňa venovaného pamiatke obetí cyperského konfliktu.

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Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. 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Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“. Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. Počas exhumácie v r. 2007 pod vedením Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) boli objavené telesné pozostatky 11 nezvestných osôb. Na pietnom akte sa zúčastnil aj predseda komunálnej rady obce Oroklini N. Facondis. Miestom druhej návštevy bol masový hrob v Galatei/Mehmetçiku (na polostrove Karpas). V auguste 1974 tu boli zabití a pochovaní 17 grécko-cyperskí civilisti. Dnes je na tomto mieste jazero. Napriek náročným podmienkam sa podarilo exhumovať telesné pozostatky všetkých 17 nezvestných osôb. Aj v tomto prípade sa na pietnom akte zúčastnil starosta obce C. Saricizmeli. Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. 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Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“. Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. Počas exhumácie v r. 2007 pod vedením Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) boli objavené telesné pozostatky 11 nezvestných osôb. Na pietnom akte sa zúčastnil aj predseda komunálnej rady obce Oroklini N. Facondis. Miestom druhej návštevy bol masový hrob v Galatei/Mehmetçiku (na polostrove Karpas). V auguste 1974 tu boli zabití a pochovaní 17 grécko-cyperskí civilisti. Dnes je na tomto mieste jazero. Napriek náročným podmienkam sa podarilo exhumovať telesné pozostatky všetkých 17 nezvestných osôb. Aj v tomto prípade sa na pietnom akte zúčastnil starosta obce C. Saricizmeli. Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. 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Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“. Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. Počas exhumácie v r. 2007 pod vedením Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) boli objavené telesné pozostatky 11 nezvestných osôb. Na pietnom akte sa zúčastnil aj predseda komunálnej rady obce Oroklini N. Facondis. Miestom druhej návštevy bol masový hrob v Galatei/Mehmetçiku (na polostrove Karpas). V auguste 1974 tu boli zabití a pochovaní 17 grécko-cyperskí civilisti. Dnes je na tomto mieste jazero. Napriek náročným podmienkam sa podarilo exhumovať telesné pozostatky všetkých 17 nezvestných osôb. Aj v tomto prípade sa na pietnom akte zúčastnil starosta obce C. Saricizmeli. Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. 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Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“. Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. Počas exhumácie v r. 2007 pod vedením Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) boli objavené telesné pozostatky 11 nezvestných osôb. Na pietnom akte sa zúčastnil aj predseda komunálnej rady obce Oroklini N. Facondis. Miestom druhej návštevy bol masový hrob v Galatei/Mehmetçiku (na polostrove Karpas). V auguste 1974 tu boli zabití a pochovaní 17 grécko-cyperskí civilisti. Dnes je na tomto mieste jazero. Napriek náročným podmienkam sa podarilo exhumovať telesné pozostatky všetkých 17 nezvestných osôb. Aj v tomto prípade sa na pietnom akte zúčastnil starosta obce C. Saricizmeli. Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. Súčasne politici z oboch strán vyjadrili podporu činnosti bi-komunitného Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) a vyzvali lídrov oboch komunít ku postaveniu spoločného pamätníka ako symbolu zmierenia a vyhláseniu spoločného pamätného dňa venovaného pamiatke obetí cyperského konfliktu.], ddm/11341/datum_spravy_es_ES=[20181210000000], ddm/11341/ddm-db-select4560_es_ES=[17ac29f6-65e9-4067-8985-228983620f0c], ddm/11341/ddm-gallery-field_sl_SL=[3490091], ddm/11341/newsletter_sl_SL=[false], ddm/11341/prislusnost-k-statu_hu_HU=[33678], ddm/11341/anotacia_ko_KR=[Predstavitelia grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán združených v bi-komunitnom dialógu navštívili 5. decembra 2018 pod vedením ZÚ Nikózia dve miesta, kde boli objavené telesné pozostatky nezvestných osôb; tentokrát na oboch stranách „zelenej línie“ rozdeľujúcej Cyprus.], ddm/11341/text_en_US=[On December 5, 2018, the representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties involved in the bi-communal dialogue led under the auspices of Slovak Embassy in Nicosia, visited mass graves in Oroklini and Galateia/Mehmetçik. The event was co-organized and attended by representatives of the „Together We Can“ bi-communal Association of Relatives of Missing Persons and Victims of War. The venue of the first visit was a mass grave in Oroklini, where in May 1964 Turkish-Cypriot police officers travelling in a bus were killed and their bodies were thrown into the well. During the exhumation in 2007 carried out by the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP), the remains of 11 missing persons were discovered. The commemorative act was also attended by the President of the community Council of Oroklini N. Facondis. The venue of the second visit was a mass grave in Galateia / Mehmetçik (on the Karpas peninsula). In August 1974, 17 Greek-Cypriot civilians were killed and buried there. Today there is a lake. Despite the difficult conditions, the CMP managed to carry out exhumation of the remains of all 17 missing persons. The Mayor of Galateia / Mehmetçik C. Saricizmeli also attended the memorial. Beside commemorative acts performed on both burial sites there were two ceremonies of awarding symbolic memorial plaquets to relatives of persons buried in Voroklini and Galateia/Mehmetçik. Awarded Eleni Michael and Selda Shafak have helped CMP workers find the sites of the two mass graves. This act was at the same time a symbol of reconciliation and forgiveness. The Ambassador of the Slovak Republic J. Škoda read, on behalf of the representatives of the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot political parties, a joint statement in which participants from both communities expressed their sorrow for civilian victims of military interventions and ethnic conflicts. At the same time, politicians from both sides expressed support for the work of the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP) and called upon the two leaders to consider the construction of common monument and to declare a joint Commemoration Day, both dedicated to the memory of victims of the Cyprus conflict, Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.], stagingGroup=[false], ddm/11341/only-zu_en_US=[false], ddm/11341/priorita_sl_SL=[bezna], ddm/11341/only-zu_uk_UA=[false], ddm/11341/priorita_en_US=[bezna], ddm/11341/ddm-gallery-field_en_US=[3490091], priority_sortable=[0.0], defaultLanguageId=[sk_SK], ddm/11341/text_uk_UA=[Predstavitelia grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán združených v bi-komunitnom dialógu navštívili 5. decembra 2018 pod vedením ZÚ Nikózia dve miesta, kde boli objavené telesné pozostatky nezvestných osôb; tentokrát na oboch stranách „zelenej línie“ rozdeľujúcej Cyprus. 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Súčasťou návštevy bolo odovzdanie pamätných plakiet pre grécku Cyperčanku a tureckú Cyperčanku, ktoré pomohli pracovníkom CMP nájsť miesta oboch masových hrobov. Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. Súčasne politici z oboch strán vyjadrili podporu činnosti bi-komunitného Výboru pre nezvestné osoby (CMP) a vyzvali lídrov oboch komunít ku postaveniu spoločného pamätníka ako symbolu zmierenia a vyhláseniu spoločného pamätného dňa venovaného pamiatke obetí cyperského konfliktu.], ddm/11341/text_zh_CN=[Predstavitelia grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán združených v bi-komunitnom dialógu navštívili 5. decembra 2018 pod vedením ZÚ Nikózia dve miesta, kde boli objavené telesné pozostatky nezvestných osôb; tentokrát na oboch stranách „zelenej línie“ rozdeľujúcej Cyprus. Na príprave podujatia sa podieľali aj predstavitelia bi-komunitnej asociácie pre nezvestné osoby „Together We Can“. Miestom prvej návštevy bol masový hrob v Oroklini, kde boli v máji 1964 zabití turecko-cyperskí policajní dôstojníci cestujúci v autobuse a ich telá boli hodené do studne. 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Tento akt bol zároveň symbolom zmierenia a odpustenia, keďže plakety v prvom prípade odovzdal syn príbuzných a na danom mieste pochovaných tureckých Cyperčanov gréckej Cyperčanke, aktivistke asociácie „Together We Can“, ktorá sa súčasne stará o olivovníky, zasadené príbuznými obetí na mieste masového hrobu. V druhom prípade dostala plaketu turecká Cyperčanka z rúk gréckej Cyperčanky, ktorej otec a brat zahynuli na navštívenom mieste, za jej pomoc pri pátraní po osude nezvestných osôb. Veľvyslanec SR J. Škoda prečítal v mene predstaviteľov grécko-cyperských a turecko-cyperských politických strán spoločné vyhlásenie, v ktorom účastníci z oboch komunít vyjadrili zármutok nad civilnými obeťami vojenských zásahov a etnických konfliktov. 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    On December 5, 2018, the representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties involved in the bi-communal dialogue led under the auspices of Slovak Embassy in Nicosia, visited mass graves in Oroklini and Galateia/Mehmetçik. 

     


    The event was co-organized and attended by representatives of the „Together We Can“ bi-communal Association of Relatives of Missing Persons and Victims of War.

     


    The venue of the first visit was a mass grave in Oroklini, where in May 1964 Turkish-Cypriot police officers travelling in a bus were killed and their bodies were thrown into the well. During the exhumation in  2007 carried out by the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP), the remains of 11 missing persons were discovered. The commemorative act was also attended by the President of the community Council of Oroklini N. Facondis.

     


    The venue of the second visit was a mass grave in Galateia / Mehmetçik (on the Karpas peninsula). In August 1974, 17 Greek-Cypriot civilians were killed and buried there. Today there is a lake. Despite the difficult conditions, the CMP managed to carry out exhumation of the remains of all 17 missing persons. The Mayor of Galateia / Mehmetçik C. Saricizmeli also attended the memorial.

     


    Beside commemorative acts performed on both burial sites there were two ceremonies of awarding symbolic memorial plaquets to relatives of persons buried in Voroklini and Galateia/Mehmetçik. 

     


    Awarded Eleni Michael and Selda Shafak have helped CMP workers find the sites of the two mass graves. This act was at the same time a symbol of reconciliation and forgiveness.

     


    The Ambassador of the Slovak Republic J. Škoda read, on behalf of the representatives of the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot political parties, a joint statement in which participants from both communities expressed their sorrow for civilian victims of military interventions and ethnic conflicts. At the same time, politicians from both sides expressed support for the work of the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP) and called upon the two leaders to consider the construction of common monument and to declare a joint Commemoration Day, both dedicated to the memory of victims of the Cyprus conflict, Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.

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    10.12.2018
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    On December 5, 2018, the representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties involved in the bi-communal dialogue led under the auspices of Slovak Embassy in Nicosia, visited mass graves in Oroklini and Galateia/Mehmetçik.