Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

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Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by galexinda » Sat Aug 17, 2019 4:16 pm

We hope that prudence and rational thinking will prevail and that the new British government and Brussels will reach a consensus, the spokesman (Prodromos Prodromou) noted, adding that even in the undesirable case of a disorderly Brexit, which has been a possibility for some time now, the government has taken the necessary measures.

Prodromou also said that the agreement reached between the Republic of Cyprus and the UK, in the framework of the general UK-EU agreement is a good one both for Britons living in Cyprus and Cypriots living in the UK, as well as for the relations between the two countries, given the fact that there are British military bases on the island.

In case that there is no general agreement, the goal will be for this bilateral agreement to apply, he added.

Prodromou assured Britons living in Cyprus and Cypriots in the UK that the government has been working so that they will be least affected by any developments related to Brexit.

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/08/16/gove ... al-brexit/?

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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by trevnhil » Sat Aug 17, 2019 4:40 pm

That is Good News..
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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by Happy in Cyprus » Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:01 pm

Yup, one soupçon of Good News amongst a tidal wave of Bad.

And none of us has a clue as to how things will work out before 31st Oct.

Come to that, even Boris doesn't...and he's (supposedly) in charge.

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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by Dominic » Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:20 pm

If people want this to remain in the General Discussions forum please keep the replies on point.
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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by June » Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:23 am

Happy in Cyprus wrote:
Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:01 pm
Yup, one soupçon of Good News amongst a tidal wave of Bad.

And none of us has a clue as to how things will work out before 31st Oct.

Come to that, even Boris doesn't...and he's (supposedly) in charge.

Crikey Lloyd ? Something you hadn't foretold? Wow!

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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by Happy in Cyprus » Sun Aug 18, 2019 8:53 am

Would love to respond June, but my lips are sealed, per Dominic's request ;)

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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by June » Sun Aug 18, 2019 9:40 am

:lol:

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Re: Cyprus Government's intentions if Brexit is 'disorderly'

Post by Happy in Cyprus » Sun Aug 18, 2019 10:53 am

Last word from me on this particular thread ;)

I hope Dominic will consider the article below (from today's ST) sufficiently on point for posting in this thread. The final paragraph is of course the most important, as it seems EU countries will first see how the UK treats their citizens...before agreeing on reciprocity.

And June, out of respect for Dominic, I have started a new thread in the Political Section which addresses the issue of how many predictions we Remainers have made have come true. The Sunday Times has today published a complete copy of the Government's secret "Yellowhammer" report...and in my post I have posted a summary of what is likely to happen. It makes for very grim reading.


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