Yoga program starts at Bert Bowes as a new initiative for wellbeing

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Bert Bowes Middle School has started a new Yoga Program to help improve the well-being of staff and students.Bert Bowes Middle School and Soul Space Community applied for an IMAGINE grant from Northern Health in September 2018.Jen Harrison, Vice Principal at Bert Bowes and Instructor at Soul Space Yoga Community, and Tammy Still, Owner of Soul Space Yoga Community, put the grant proposal together. According to Harrison, features in the proposal included weekly student yoga club, weekly staff yoga, a full set of mats, blocks, bolsters, straps, and blankets for Bert Bowes and Dr. Kearney Middle Schools, and a professional development session in Spring 2019.Harrison says she thanks Northern Health for the grant and feels the Yoga Program is an excellent initiative for improving the well-being of both staff and students.“I just think that the opportunity that Northern Health gave our school is one that we are so grateful for. Having someone offset the cost of purchasing equipment and supporting a teacher, and accessing the training is what has made this project possible.”Harrison also says Yoga is a relatively new frontier in education.“It’s a relatively new frontier in education and the connection between curriculum, instruction assessment, and mindfulness practices like Yoga, the research is really starting to show that there is a really strong correlation between mindfulness practice, positive mental health, and academic achievement.”Yoga sessions take place for all School District 60 staff on Monday afternoons, along with a Student Yoga Club session on Tuesdays, from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m., at Bert Bowes Middle School. For more information, you can contact Bert Bowes Vice Principal, Jen Harrison, by email at jharrison@prn.bc.ca.last_img read more

SecretaryGeneral calls on Iran to comply with Security Council demands on nuclear

One day after the Security Council tightened the sanctions it has imposed against Iran over its uranium-enrichment activities, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for the country to take steps to restore trust that its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes.In a statement released by his spokesperson in New York, the Secretary-General noted “with satisfaction” that the Council had acted unanimously in adopting Resolution 1747, which imposed a ban on arms sales and expanded the assets freeze against Iran. He called on Iran “to fully implement the resolution’s provisions and to urgently take the necessary steps to restore the international community’s trust that its nuclear programme is peaceful in nature,” according to the statement. “The Secretary-General believes that a negotiated solution would strengthen the international non-proliferation regime and hopes that dialogue will resume on this issue of paramount importance.” Iran’s nuclear programme has been a matter of international concern ever since the discovery in 2003 that it had concealed its nuclear activities for 18 years in breach of its obligations under the NPT. At yesterday’s Security Council meeting, Iran’s Foreign Minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, rejected the resolution as a politically motivated scheme to deprive the country’s people of their rights. 25 March 2007One day after the Security Council tightened the sanctions it has imposed against Iran over its uranium-enrichment activities, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for the country to take steps to restore trust that its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes. read more

Engine manufacturing remains upbeat

UK engine manufacturers produce 207,773 units in February, 414,459 so far this year. Exports stable in February, while home market still strong year-to-date. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Sector outlook is positive as major investments set to come to fruition in coming year.“UK engine output in February has yielded a steady performance for the year to date,” said Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive. “With new Euro-6 technology coming to the market, manufacturers have invested heavily to build new, cleaner engines and volumes are expected to increase in the near future. A growing number of UK components are being used in British-built cars, which also stands to benefit the engine sector at production and supply chain levels.” read more

Continental launches new cut resistant compound for rigid truck RDTMaster tyres

first_imgContinental is launching a new compound for its RDT-Master tyres for use on rigid dump trucks. The cut-resistant compound was developed for rough and abrasive applications where tyres have to withstand sharp gravel, rocks and stones. “Thanks to the newly developed  polymer meshing system based on high synthetic rubber and selected components, the RDT-Master cut-resistant offers good protection and wear resistance in rough applications while still maintaining good levels of heat dissipation.” The new compound complements the standard compound for the RDT-Master which is the best choice for mixed applications.In commerical news, Back in October 2018, Continental and manufacturer of lift equipment JLG signed a supply agreement naming Continental as the solid tyre provider for JLG’s telehandlers for the next five years. During this period, Continental’s TeleMaster is given priority as the solid tyre for all JLG telehandlers manufactured and sold. The solid OTR tyre was created in a joint development effort of Continental and JLG. Thanks to the proven Continental compound for solid tyres, it comes with low rolling resistance reducing heat build-up. In addition, the tyre offers a rugged tread to handle rough surfaces at worksites. “The TeleMaster is a true win-win outcome of the collaboration with JLG”, says Pavel Prouza, Head of Sales and Marketing, the Americas at Continental Commercial Specialty Tires. “Us at Continental were able to transfer and extend our sound knowledge of solid tyre compounds from the industrial to the OTR tyre segment, while providing JLG with a solution tailored to their individual needs.”last_img read more

Three women due in court over €360000 drug seizure

first_imgTHREE WOMAN ARE due to appear at Letterkenny District Court this morning charged in connection with the seizure of cannabis plants in Ballbofey on Tuesday.The plants, which had an estimated street value of €360,000, were seized during the search of a premises on Navenny Street on Tuesday evening. Other items made and adapted for the growth and cultivation of cannabis were also found.A male in his 30s was arrested, along with the three women – one in her 20s and two in their 50s.The man remains in custody at Letterkenny Garda Station where he can be detained for up to seven days.Read: Four arrested in €360,000 Donegal drug bust>Read: One arrest after cannabis seizure worth €100,000>last_img read more

Save the Date Immerse self in seasons sights sounds

first_imgIt’s time for a visit of Christmas past, as visitors can explore the holiday traditions of the 1840s during Christmas at Fort Vancouver from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Take part in wreath making, sip hot cider or take in some caroling as volunteers give peeks into the lives of residents of the Hudson’s Bay Company fort, 1001 E. Fifth St., Vancouver. Admission is $5, free for ages 15 and younger. 360-816-6232 or www.nps.gov/fovaAnd don’t forget to drop by the Marshall House, 1301 Officers Row, for an extra bit of seasonal fun from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. The historic building will be dressed for the holidays, serving hot cocoa and cider to visitors, along with an appearance by Santa Claus in the parlor. 360-992-1800 or www.fortvan.orgCatch another performance of “The Nutcracker,” featuring dancers of all ages from DanceWorks Performing Arts and Vancouver City Ballet. All proceeds from the performance will benefit the nonprofit Friends of DanceWorks, which provides scholarships for arts education. Performances begin at 2 and 7 p.m. today, 2 and 6 p.m. Sunday at Prairie High School, 11311 N.E. 119th St., Vancouver. Tickets are $16, $12 for seniors, $8 for ages 3 to 12, free for ages 2 and younger. 360-892-5664 or http://danceworksperformingarts.com/nutcrackerTouch of Class Chorale will present its winter concert program, “The Return of the Light,” featuring seasonal music from around the world. The Clark County-based community choir will give half of its concert proceeds to each concert venue’s chosen charity. Performances will take place at 2 p.m. today at Elim Lutheran Church, 15815 N.E. 182nd Ave., Brush Prairie; then at 2 p.m. Sunday at East Woods Presbyterian, 16210 N.E. 20th St., Vancouver. Finally the ensemble will perform at 2 p.m. Dec. 17 at Vancouver Church of Christ, 9019 N.E. 86th St., Vancouver. All tickets are $12 and $10 for ages 12 and younger. 210-570-7464 or http://touchofclasschorale.comThe 39th annual Ridgefield Singing Christmas Tree performance features 70 choir members sharing holiday songs on a 50-foot tree starting at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, and Dec. 13 and 16, plus 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Dec. 18 at the Ridgefield Church of the Nazarene, 747 Pioneer St., Ridgefield. Admission is free, with offerings collected during the performance going toward Compassion Ridgefield. 360-887-3576 or www.ridgenaz.orglast_img read more

Daring rescue saves all 12 boys soccer coach from Thai cave

first_imgMAE SAI, Thailand — “Everyone is safe.” With those three words posted on Facebook the daring rescue mission to extricate 12 boys and their soccer coach from the treacherous confines of a flooded cave in Thailand came to a close on Tuesday — a grueling 18-day ordeal that claimed the life of an experienced diver and riveted people worldwide.Thailand’s Navy SEALs, who were central to the rescue effort, celebrated the feat with a post that read: “All the thirteen Wild Boars are now out of the cave,” — a reference to the boys’ soccer team. “We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science, or what.”Eight of the boys were rescued by a team of Thai and international divers on Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday, the final four boys were brought out, along with their coach. Their rescue was followed a few hours later by the safe return of a medic and three SEAL divers who had stayed for days with the boys in their cramped refuge in the cave.Cheers erupted from the dozens of volunteers and journalists awaiting news of whether the intricate and high-risk rescue mission had succeeded. Helicopters transporting the boys roared overhead. People on the street cheered and clapped when ambulances ferrying them on the last leg of their journey from the cave arrived at a hospital in Chiang Rai city.Their joy and relief was echoed around the globe by the multitude of people who had watched the long ordeal in widely broadcast newscasts.last_img read more

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Week In Review 78712

first_imgThursday 7/11Audio Player0712.mp3Vm0712.mp300:00RPdThursday Update: Swan Lake Fire Dense Smoke Begins to Clear, Dunleavy Signs Capital Budget, Urges Legislature To Complete Unfinished Business Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Friday 7/12Audio Player0713.mp3Vm0713.mp300:00RPdFriday Update On Swan Lake Fire: Containment Line Complete Near Sterling Highway, Alaska Lawmakers Again Fail To Override Governor Vetoes Tuesday 7/9Audio Player0709.mp3Vm0709.mp300:00RPdTuesday Noon Update: Swan Lake Crews Establish Spike Camps In Critical Areas, 18-Year Old Drowns In Moose River, UPDATED: 18-Year-Old Killed In Fatal Collision On Sterling Highwaycenter_img Monday 7/8Audio Player0708.mp3Vm0708.mp300:00RPdMonday Noon Update: Swan Lake Fire Continues To Move Into Chugach National Forest, Know Where To Dispose Of Your Fish Waste On The Kenai Peninsula Wednesday 7/10Audio Player0710.mp3Vm0710.mp300:00RPdWednesday Update: Swan Lake Fire Surpasses 100,000 Acres, Kenai River Personal Use Dipnet Fishery Opens Todaylast_img read more

FW Taps SelfService EContent Platform for Widget Creation

first_imgF+W is working on its first batch of 1,000 widgets and Domville hopes to have the bulk of it online in May. “This is a very straightforward piece of gear and we don’t need to ask somebody else to do it for us, once we have the widgets,” Domville said. “Our team immediately started talking about ways they can use this. It’s low hanging fruit; we’ve already digitized much of our content. This is an opportunity to feed it straight through our products.” F+W Media has tapped Impelsys’ iPublishCentral, a self-service e-content platform, to enhance its digital strategy, including the creation of widgets for 3,000 book and magazine titles this year. “This is one particular area I was keen to exploit—having a widget that can go to the depths of our content,” F+W president Sara Domville told FOLIO:. “We’ve got 70 Web sites and what we really want to do is help content drive traffic to our sites. Impelysis gave us an advantageously-priced model that allows us to send much more content to the search engines.”Publishers can sign up for iPublish at no cost initially. “Publishers can load up content to create widgets by registering for free,” said Impelsys CEO Sameer Shariff. Impelsys can also provide e-commerce applications for the widgets. However, if a publisher still wishes to use the widgets for free, the transaction will link to an Impelsys retail partner. If a publisher wants to control the transaction then they pay a per-title, per-month. Publishers also fork over a 35 percent transaction fee, while keeping 65 percent of the sale. last_img read more

Prime Day 2019 American Express Chase credit card rewards could give you

first_img Mentioned Above Amazon Fire TV Stick Amazon Fire TV Stick CNET may get a commission from retail offers. $39 Amazon Prime Day Amazon Prime Amazon American Express The best Prime Day deals still available The best Walmart Summer Sale deals still available AirPods, iPads, Apple Watch and MacBooks still on sale Prime Day is over, but these laptop deals aren’t: Big price cuts on Chromebooks, MacBooks and more American Expressamerican-express-platinum-card-1American Express credit cards that earn Membership Rewards, like the Platinum card, could give you some extra Prime Day savings. American Express American Express has a few deals available for Prime Day, including one for 20% off (up to $50) and one that offers $30 off of purchases of $60 or more. Either option requires you to use at least one Membership Rewards point from that card to pay for your purchase at checkout, at which point the discount should be reflected in your cart. A third deal offers up to 25% off Amazon devices like Fire TV sticks and Kindles, adding additional savings to the already discounted gadgets.  As one would expect there are restrictions, such as products needing to be sold by Amazon.com. While it appears to a targeted deal, if it doesn’t initially work with your Membership Rewards-earning American Express card you can try removing your AmEx from Amazon, re-adding it, and then try activating the deal again. Before you check out you’ll also want to make sure you are only using a single Membership Rewards point, and not the max which is sometimes placed by default. Chasechase-sapphire-reservesm-credit-cardChase credit cards that earn Ultimate Rewards, like the Sapphire Reserve, also are offering savings for Prime Day.  Chase Chase’s deal offers $15 off of purchases of $60 or more when using a single Ultimate Rewards Point from that card at checkout. Like with AmEx, a single rewards point is all that is needed to activate the savings, though similar restrictions may apply. The deal also appears to be targeted and needs to be activated. Also, products need to be sold by Amazon.com directly, not a third-party reseller.  If you have a Chase card that earns Ultimate Rewards and promotion doesn’t activate you can try removing your card and then re-adding and reactivating the deal again. As with AmEx, a single point is often enough to trigger the discount during checkout, so make sure to adjust the point total down to 1 to avoid having the full purchase be made using points by default.  Post a comment Your credit card may have extra Prime Day savings for you.  Sarah Tew/CNET Prime Day is filled with discounts, but those looking to save a few more bucks might be able to find it by activating deals from their credit card providers. As spotted by deals site Dan’s Deals, American Express and Chase cardholders can get up to $50 off if you use a rewards point during checkout. A single point is often enough to initiate the savings, with no need for users to use up all of their rewards to get the extra discount.  Unlike the Amazon’s own Prime Visa card — which is offering 6% cash back on purchases during the company’s shopping “holiday” — these promotions do in some cases appear to be targeted, making them not available to all users. They also need to be activated before they take effect.  Share your voice 0 See also Tags Review • Amazon Fire TV Stick updated review: No longer the sharpest stick in the stream See it Internetlast_img read more

Training held for receptionist cops

first_imgVikarabad: A one-day vertical awareness training programme for reception constables of all police stations was conducted at District Police Headquarters here on Tuesday. Additional SP R Bhaskar explained how to treat complainants and help them. He also explained how to enter details of the complaints online. DSB inspectors Venkateshwarlu, Seethaiah and other officials were present on the occasion.last_img

Houston Debuts New Common Application For Charter Schools

first_img X Listen 00:00 /01:10 Houston charter schools are taking a page from the world of higher education, with the launch of a new common application for prospective students.It means families can apply to five different charter school networks at the same time online at ApplyHouston.org. They include large ones like KIPP and YES Prep; smaller ones, like A Plus Up and Promise Community Schools; and a brand new charter, called Etoile.“Houston parents have become accustomed to having a diversity of choices and this movement —  this ApplyHouston.org  —  is really just about helping parents become better consumers to be able to better navigate the marketplace of school options,” said Rachael Dempsey, with the advocacy group Families Empowered. It’s managing the common application.Before, families had to to keep track of different forms for different charter schools, which Dempsey called “a big hassle.”“You’d be doing lots and lots of applications to be able to really maximize the chance of a parent finding a school that they’d be satisfied with,” she said.With the new streamlined process, Dempsey expects more than 40,000 applications and said that it may introduce some parents to new options.“They might be logging on to ApplyHouston.org to start a KIPP Houston application for a school that they know that they love. And they might find another school nearby that they had no idea about that might be a great fit for them,” she said.It makes Houston the first city in Texas to have a common application for charter schools, according to the Texas Charter Schools Association. Other cities like New York that have done this have seen their number of applicants grow.“We cannot say whether this alone will increase public charter school enrollment, as it has not been done in Texas before, but that is certainly the goal of the common application,” said Christine Isett, with the association.She added that on average charter school enrollment is up 12 percent over the last five years in Texas and there are more than 140,000 students on a waiting list statewide. center_img Pexels To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Sharelast_img read more

Hindi Rabindrasangeet to reach audiences in Europe Asia

first_imgRabindrasangeet exponent Santanu Roychoudhury’s musical journey began in 2008, when a private TV channel requested him to translate Tagore’s songs and perform for their audiences on screen. When Roychoudhury informed his guru, Pandit Subir Chakraborty of the Gwalior gharana about this development, he said that it was impossible to translate Tagore in any other language from Bengali. But then he started transcreating the songs and the first song he chose was ‘Megh boleche jabo jabo’. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”When 10 songs were ready, HMV Sa Re Ga Ma released the album, Musafir in 2011. Soon, the Ministry of Culture rewarded our effort by asking me to perform at UNESCO, Paris. In front of a 5000 strong international audience I sang Rabindranath Tagore’s songs, in a new format”, Roychoudhury told Millennium Post. This was followed by a performance at Vigyan Bhavan and the songs gradually became popular in UP, Jharkhand and Maharashtra. Twenty more songs were added to his repertoire and resulted in two albums produced by Times Music, titled ‘Deewana’ in 2013 and ‘Intezaar’ in 2015. Ten new Tagore songs have again been prepared by the singer and are awaiting release in the public domain. The album is likely to hit the stores by the end of 2017. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveMeanwhile, at the behest of the Ministry of External Affairs, Roychoudhury recently performed at the ASEAN -India Cultural and Civilisational Link’s 2nd International conference at Jakarta. The audience was treated to 15 unique Tagore’s songs. The musical presentation was based on the poet’s ‘Java Jatrir Patra’, which literally means “Letters of a traveller on his visit to Java”. It is a collection of 21 letters, written by Tagore originally in the Bengali language, while he was paying a visit to the South East Asia in 1927. “The songs were Hindi transcreations of ‘Mor Beena Uthe kon shure baaje’, ‘Danriye acho tumi’, ‘Anandadhara bahiche bhubane’ and ‘pagla haoar badal dine’, Roychoudhury added. Interestingly, during July – October 1927, Rabindranath toured Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Myanmar extensively. He was fascinated with the idea that the Island of Indonesia , especially Java and Bali contained remnants of the ancient India. It was a cultural mission from Visva-Bharati in Santiniketan. The mission had two aims. The first was to study the remains of Indian civilisation in the antiquarian relics as well as the life and living arts in Indonesia. The second aim was to bring about close cultural cooperation between India and these regions through an appreciation of Visva-Bharati. As for Roychoudhury, during the last twenty five years, he has performed in several parts of India, USA, Canada, UK, Bangladesh, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Paris.last_img read more

LittleBits Droid Inventor kit is the first STEM toy that works

first_imgThe kit is deceptively simple. It includes just a few components including a driving and steering motor as well as a proximity sensor and a wireless unit that connects to your phone. The kit comes with a plastic R2D2 body including removable legs and head along with stickers that let you choose between red or blue R2 units and even white stickers that let your kids color their own robot.Assembling the project is easy and the included mounting box makes it easy to lay out your circuit and connect to to power without worrying about pinched wires or short-circuits. Once your droid is assembled you follow a set of instructions on the mobile app to teach your robot to follow you, simulate force pushes, and other cute games. Why is this product so good? It’s a compelling and fun kit that is connected to a very popular franchise that acts as both a learning experience and a toy. While the robot is currently in pieces on my kids’ floor, they have played with the Droid Inventor kit far more than any other STEM kit I’ve seen, including the classic Snap Circuits that is far more complete but also far more complex than any LittleBits kit.While I know anecdotal evidence is shaky a best, I believe that LittleBits has finally gotten the STEM formula right. This $99 toy/gadget/kit is easy to build, fun, and potentially educational. It’s essentially like a really simple Star Wars Lego kit with far smarter tech.Will this toy make your kid a little genius? No, but they will get a rudimentary understanding of circuits and understand that small components can do cool stuff. Again, I don’t believe toys like these will make kids smarter but at least they expose them to concepts, tools, and ideas that could lead to a career in tech. And all it took was to add a popular whimsical beeping robot into the STEM mix. I’ve been watching STEAM and/or STEAM toys with great interest and great skepticism. While many parents and teachers report great success with programming toys like Cleverbot and whatever this thing is, I’ve found that kids (and parents) I know find many STEM toys to be sterile, boring, and just no fun.The same held true for the notoriously fiddly LittleBits kits. These kits had little snap-together electronic parts that allowed you to create circuits and connect chips in order to build various projects. You could make synthesizers, Arduino gadgets, and robots and the like but, ultimately, nothing sparked with anyone I knew. Now, I’m pleased to report, LittleBits has finally pulled off STEM magic with the Droid Inventor kit and other manufacturers would do well to emulate them.last_img read more

Text by Kevin Pappa photos by Rebecca Weeks

first_img(Text by Kevin Pappa, photos by Rebecca Weeks) December 8, 2017Several Arcosanti residents were humbly invited to attend the annual 2-day symposium offered at the School of Architecture at Taliesin West. This year was focused around the topic of redefining refuge in terms of shelter. One of our favorite lectures was offered by Mark Wigley, the Dean at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture. It posed the striking relationship that all of Wrights work maintained with radio technologies to allow for intercontinental / international communication. A topic that had some similarities to Teilhard de Chardin’s Omega point concept.We also had the opportunity to tour the desert and various student built structures by one of our own workshop alumnus Coner Denison, who is currently attending graduate school at Taliesin West! The weekend was not only full of enthralling historical precedent, but energizing, and full of inspiring ways we can reinvent what low impact design means in architectural community. We would like to thank Kim Hurtado, a Taliesin professor and the main organizer of the event for her gracious offer in inviting us to attend. We hope to continue the long standing relationship between Taliesin and Arcosanti students.last_img read more

President Anastasiades Cyprus and France enjoy excellent relations

first_imgNicosia and Paris enjoy excellent long-standing relations, which are reflected in bilateral cooperation on various fronts, including defence and security matters, in addition to cooperation at the UN and within the EU, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said here tonight.The President thanked Paris and expressed his sincere appreciation for its long-standing support for the efforts to find a just, viable and functional solution in Cyprus, based on UN Security Council resolutions.He referred to the forthcoming visit to Cyprus by a special envoy of the Secretary-General to sound out the intentions of all parties involved in the Cyprus problem, including the three guarantor powers (UK, Greece and Turkey) to establish whether the preconditions to resume the stalled peace talks are in place.“I would like to hope our Turkish Cypriot compatriots and Turkey itself will respond in a positive manner, in particular to all that is set out in the framework of six points which the UN Secretary-General has set out on the issue of security and guarantees and the presence of Turkish troops,” he said.The President expressed hope that the Turkish side will refrain from any moves which violate the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus.Describing the solution, he said it must guarantee the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of a state, an EU member, and consolidate the feeling of security for all citizens, Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.The EU, as the Ambassador has pointed out, is the best guarantee to create peace, stability and prosperity, without any guarantees of a third country.“We want to ensure, as agreed with the Turkish Cypriot leader, that the security of one is not a threat for the other, and this can only be achieved by abolishing all anachronistic agreements which do not serve the purpose of providing security to the people,” he said.The President expressed particular satisfaction for the excellent relations the two countries enjoy, not only on a bilateral but also on a multilateral level, saying this is evident at the UN and within the EU, citing as an example the participation in the Med7 Group and the Franco-Cypriot Strategic Agenda which defines the joint objectives for cooperation in political dialogue, security and defence matters, the economy, education and culture.Referring in particular to cooperation on security and defence matters, he said that it aims at addressing the serious challenges the wider region is faced with.On the economic front, Anastasiades said cooperation with Total and Nicosia’s energy plans open up new prospects for bilateral ties in this sector, adding that French presence in energy concerns in the region will serve the common interests and EU energy security.He also talked about the Franco-Cypriot school and how it has developed over the years to serve the local community.Closing his remarks, the President thanked the Ambassador for his personal efforts and wished France good luck in the World Cup final on Sunday.On his part, the Ambassador of France to Cyprus Rene Troccaz said in his speech that France will help towards the resumption of the talks in order to find a fair solution to the Cyprus problem.Cyprus, he pointed out, is not alone.“We want the reunification of the island, as you want. We have a clear reference on that: the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council and the observance of the acquis communautaire. It is in this spirit that we speak to all those – Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots – working for the solution, Troccaz noted.He noted that France uses the same language everywhere: here, within the EU and at the United Nations, adding that “for us, the United Nations, and especially UNFICYP, play a decisive role in ensuring security in Cyprus.”“We believe that the settlement of the Cyprus problem is in the interest of all Cypriots. We want to look ahead to the future. For a reunited state, member of the EU, the best guarantee is Europe,” he noted.Troccaz said that Cyprus and France are very close to each other and France has demonstrated in a concrete way its support towards Cyprus in recent months.“The two governments are in regular consultation on all matters of common interest, such as justice, security, economy and environment,” he noted.He added that “in defence we have a remarkable cooperation based on a well-known relationship of fidelity. I believe that Minister Savvas Angelides was able to establish this during his recent visit to Paris.”Moreover he said that our companies invest in Cyprus in many areas and in particular in the energy sector.Troccaz also referred to activities “illustrating the dynamism of our bilateral relationship,” among which were the events organized in Cyprus to celebrate the month of La Francophonie and the inauguration of the electronic “ALUMNI” platform which brings together Cypriots who have studied in France by Laurent Fabius, former Prime Minister of France.Addressing his compatriots living on the island, Troccaz told them that in Cyprus “you will find a welcoming environment and institutions or people who are listening to you and I am talking about our elected representative in Cyprus, the French-Cypriot School, our honorary consuls, the French Alliances in Limassol and Paphos, the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) and the Foreign Trade Advisors Section.”He also welcomed he particularly active associations adding that “the Embassy is at your side and always at your disposal and I would like to thank all its employees.”The Ambassador referred to the World Cup final as well and wished his country success, expressing hope that the Cup will return to Paris.CNAYou May LikeBondicIt’s Time to Upgrade The Way You Fix Things Around Your Home.BondicUndoBusinessPlus.me10 Big Differences Between The Middle Class And Wealthy PeopleBusinessPlus.meUndoTravel PatriotA Peek At Leonardo DiCaprio’s Private YachtTravel PatriotUndo The Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoState Legal Service condemns attack on attorney-generalUndoClear winner in first round of Kition bishop voteUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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