SURREY (660 NEWS) – When you put your child in their car seat in BC, you need to leave the car door open to be able to do it. But it turns out you may be found at fault if another vehicle hits your door.Kirsten Chalmers, a mother of three in Surrey, was found 100 per cent at fault, after a van’s mirror hit her open door.Kirsten and her mom were in the parking lot of a shopping centre, making sure her kids — aged 10 months, two, and five — were buckled in.“I had already put my 10-month-old into her car seat — she’s in one of those bucket seats that you just move into the car. I was buckling in my oldest daughter on the passenger side. It was my mom who was on the driver’s side, buckling in my son.”That’s when the van parked next to them backed out.The van’s mirror hit her car’s open door, but she never thought she would be found at fault.“In the Motor Vehicle Act, it states something along the lines of ‘the car door being opened for a period of time to get a passenger in and out.’ What is considered a safe period of time? Well in my opinion, whatever time it takes to properly buckle a child in.”The other driver is not seeking damages, which means Kirsten’s premiums won’t be affected. But she still wants answers.“I still feel like I’m deserving of some type of explanation. If you’re going to tell me that I can’t open my door to put my child in and that I’ll be found at fault for that, what if she had requested damages?”In an emailed statement to our partners in Vancouver, ICBC says the door was “opened further” into the moving van, which is why Kirsten was found at fault.According to the Motor Vehicle Act, a person must not open the door of a motor vehicle on the side available to moving traffic unless and until it is reasonably safe to do so.In this case, the vehicle door was partially open but then the door was opened further into the side of the moving vehicle. The responsibility for the impact lies with the door opener.Kirsten claims she never stated to ICBC that her mother further opened the door. “I think I would have been more accepting of a 50-50 type thing. But to just be told ‘You’re 100 per cent at fault’… I was blown away.”She says a manager told her it was “more of a he said, she said thing.”“That [the other driver is] actually claiming that… my car door was not open when she started backing out and that my mom actually would have had to come between the moving vehicle and my parked vehicle and opened the door with a two-year-old in her arms while she was already in the process of backing out. I’m not sure who would ever do that, especially not with a child.”She says it’s impossible for a parent to buckle their children without opening the door. “It’s not always a very quick procedure to get them into the car.”What should parents do in this situation?Kirsten wants to know what should be done to ensure this doesn’t happen to her — or another parent — again.“Are you recommending that if I’m in the process of buckling my kids and I hear a car start that I should actually stop what I’m doing, move out of the way, close the door, and let that person back out? I would like to know what I should do in the future.”In ICBC’s statement, the insurer says:Parking lots are very busy places. The key tip is to be aware of the vehicles around you when parking or returning to your parked vehicle and continue to watch for other drivers as you and your passengers enter and exit the vehicle. Don’t leave doors open longer than necessary and check before opening any door further. If an incident occurs, try to find an independent witness if possible.“This is crazy. This defies common sense,” said Kris Sims with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, a longtime critic of ICBC’s monopoly on car insurance.She thinks many cases like Kirsten’s go under the radar. While Sims admits she’s no expert on ICBC cases, she believes many come down to “he said, she said” situations.“Unless you get witnesses. Say, there’s a collision… say it’s in an intersection or something. Then you still need to usually get witnesses for things like that.”Sims argues if there was insurance competition, Kirsten could move to another insurer if she was unhappy with how she is treated.“I’m going to go up the street, I’m going to go online, I’m going to shop around because as a consumer… In British Columbia, you can’t do it. The only recourse is to make an issue of it.”
The 23rd Annual Race to Erase MS Gala will take place on April 15 benefiting Race to Erase MS and its “Center Without Walls” program which continues to raise funds in order to provide treatment and ultimately find a cure for MS.Guests will be able to participate in a silent auction before enjoying a dinner gala featuring live musical performances by KISS, Jordan Smith, and more. ALEX AND ANI’s Carolyn Rafaelian will be presented with the Race to Erase MS “Medal of Hope” Award. The evening will also include a one-of-a-kind live auction featuring fabulous vacation getaways and experiential packages.Special hosts for the evening include Sharon Osbourne, Jack Osbourne, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and LL Cool J. Additional guests include Mark Ballas, Garcelle Beauvais, Wendy Burch, Francesca Capaldi, Christine Devine, Carmen Electra, Emblem3, Frances Fisher, Clementine Ford, Marg Helgenberger, Allison Holker, BC Jean, Cobi Jones, Larry King, Robert Knepper, Ali Landry, Ross Matthews, AJ Michalka, Aly Michalka, Megan Nicole, Naya Rivera, Johnathon Schaech, Cybill Shepherd, Jojo Siwa, Lea Thompson, Anna Trebunskaya, Aisha Tyler, Louis Van Amstel, Clay Walker, Diane Warren, Dave Winfield, and many more.WHEN: Friday, April 15, 2016WHERE: Beverly Hilton9876 Wilshire Blvd.Beverly Hills, CA 90210Find out more here.
AUDIO: In her call to the authorities on World Press Freedom Day, Sheila Keetharuth, a UN investigator, said the more than decade-and-a-half long detention of journalist Dawit Isaac in Eritrea must end. Credit: UN News In a “post-truth” world with “fake news” on the rise, and media accountability and credibility falling under question, free, independent and professional journalism has never been more important, the United Nations today said.“We need leaders to defend a free media. This is crucial to counter prevailing misinformation. And we need everyone to stand for our right to truth,” Secretary-General António Guterres said in a message to mark World Press Freedom Day. This year’s theme highlights media’s role in advancing peaceful, just and inclusive societies and builds on the theme ‘Critical Minds for Critical Times.’ The 2017 commemoration comes at a time when “free, independent and pluralistic media has never been so important to empower individual women and men, strengthen good governance and the rule of law, and take forward the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural (UNESCO) said in a statement.The agency is also tasked with defending press freedom and the safety of journalists, and is spearheading the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity.“Far too often, murder remains the most tragic form of censorship,” UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova said in her message on the Day, noting that 102 journalists were killed in 2016. She noted that “facing a crisis of audience identity, journalism stands before a horizon where old challenges are merging with new threats,” which include the Internet’s blurring of the lines between advertising and editorial material, businesses pushing for profits and private censorship. RELATED: UNESCO award for Dawit Isaak ‘sign of hope’ to free imprisoned Eritrean journalistIn her message, Ms. Bokova cited Guillermo Cano Isaza, a Colombian journalist assassinated in 1986, whose name was lent to the UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize. He wrote: “Only the independence, the character, the objectivity and the good judgment of the journalist and the media can overcome the terrible storms of the new world that threaten freedom of information everywhere.” Ms. Bokova noted those words, written two years prior to his death, “continue to resonate today, 33 years later.” She called for “original, critical and well-researched journalism, guided by high professional, ethical standards and a quality media education” and for audiences who “have the right media and information literacy skills.” VIDEO: “Defend those that give voice to the voiceless” – UN Secretary-General António Guterres on World Press Freedom Day 2017.Press Freedom is marked annually on 3 May. UNESCO’s main celebration of this year’s edition of the Day will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 1 to 4 May.The programme of the four-day conference has been designed to raise awareness of the importance of free and fact-based journalism in promoting peace and justice, and supporting the efficiency, accountability and inclusiveness of institutions, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs). The event is organized with the Government of Indonesia and the Indonesian Press Council.During the event, Ms. Bokova will award the 2017 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize to Dawit Isaak, the imprisoned Eritrean-born journalist who will be represented by his daughter, Bethelem Isaak, during a ceremony hosted by Joko Widodo, the President of Indonesia. In Geneva, a UN human rights expert welcomed the granting of the prize to Mr. Isaak, and urged Eritrea to free him. “The Eritrean authorities should stop the practice of arrests and detention carried out without legal basis instantly,” said the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea, Sheila B. Keetharuth, in a new release from the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). A special event will be held at UN Headquarters in New York on Thursday.
Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) to collaborate to promote excellence in project management. In particular, the two organisations will work together on refining SKM’s internal project management development programs and aligning its internal accreditation process with the AIPM Registered Project Manager (RegPM) accreditation.SKM’s internal project management development program incorporates competency-based assessment at regular intervals, and with the assistance of AIPM, SKM is looking to ensure effective development opportunities are provided for its project managers and directors so that they are capable of meeting the established AIPM certification levels. Ongoing internal promotion of project management skills development and the benefits of recognised accreditation will be a key part of this. “Best practice project management is an essential component of SKM’s continued success, and we welcome this opportunity to strengthen the efficacy of our internal development programs,” said Paul Dougas, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, SKM. “SKM has been a corporate member for some time and through this new agreement we’re delighted to be able to strengthen our commitment to develop and promote excellence in project management.”Commenting on the MoU, Dr Bill Young, National President, AIPM, said, “Partnerships with leading organisations like SKM play a critical role in advancing the profession of Project Management. In strengthening our relationship with SKM I’m very confident we will enhance the career path framework for SKM’s project managers and provide access to continuous professional development at an internationally recognised standard.”
The super insulating foam in the video below is very impressive, but so is the confidence of the guy demonstrating it. How many of you would pile some foam up in your hand, then put a 7,000 degree welding torch over it? Not impressed enough? After a 20 second burn, he then proceeds to eat the foam.Typically insulating foams aren’t edible and contain chemicals and fire retardants you never want to release into the environment, let alone consume. The fact this foam insulates so well against both heat and cold, and is biodegradable, makes it a very desirable solution for all types of products.Beyond the video, very little is known about this foam. Based on the sign on the wall, this is a foam developed by the Aarmourtherm Foundation, which already researches and produces fire resistant paints, coatings, and wall insulation. So they clearly know what they are talking about when it comes to stopping heat and cold.The guy happy to torch his hand says he’s been eating the foam in demonstrations for the past 5 years, so it isn’t exactly new and looks to be safe. That 5 years could account for ongoing testing before this becomes a real product.Greenpeace has been campaigning to get harmful chemicals, and in particular fire retardants out of products for a number of years now. The organization regularly highlights the worst offenders in its guide to greener electronics. If this foam can also be used in solid form, or at least added to plastic and metal casings, then it could make our gadgets much more environmentally friendly in the near future.The next major breakthrough is somehow combining this with that superhydrophobic spray so our clothers never need to be washed, help keep our body temperature regulated, and never set on fire.
Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. I Scream, You Scream: Oscar Mayer Made Hot Dog-Flavored Ice CreamPolice Arrest Ice Cream Lickers Over Disgusting Prank For most folks, being able to grab a scoop of ice cream or frozen yogurt means storing a big ol’ tub in the freezer. It’s not the most convenient setup. Making it from scratch can be quite a chore, too, and not everyone owns the necessary equipment.Solo Gelato has an incredibly slick solution. They’ve created a countertop system that can whip you up a fresh frosty treat in just 60 seconds. Think of it as a Keurig for frozen desserts.Like a Keurig, Solo Gelato’s machine utilizes pods. They’re roughly the same size as those little ice cream cups that come with the tiny wooden spoons. The machine “freezes and expels air” into the pods to produce individual servings. It can produce gelato, frozen yogurt, sorbet, frozen coffee, and even boozy treats for grown-ups.It’s a pretty versatile little system. Solo Gelato is also planning to offer two different kinds of pods. One will have to be refrigerated and will keep for about a month and a half. The other you can store in your pantry for up to nine months. The big difference, according to Solo Gelato, is freshness. The refrigerated pods will have the edge on that front, while the room-temperature ones win in terms of convenience.Solo Gelato CEO Barak Beth-Halachmi hit upon the idea a few years ago while overseeing the operation of a small ice cream factory. There are numerous hurdles to overcome when you’re producing frozen treats and trying to put them on store shelves. Putting the “factory” right in a customer’s kitchen gets rid of a number of them.The Solo Gelato website says that they’re going to “disrupt the Ice Cream industry, just as capsule systems revolutionized the coffee industry.” We’re all for that, but we’re also hoping that they’ve taken a more environmentally-friendly approach out of the gate than the single-serve coffee folks did.
Melco Resorts’ new luxury hotel brand Libertine at City of Dreams won’t become a reality until at least mid-2019 with the hotel tower set to remain as The Countdown for the next 12 months.The company confirmed its hotel plans to Inside Asian Gaming following inquiries regarding the launch date of Libertine, the brand first announced by Melco Resorts Chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho at G2E Asia last month. The Countdown Hotel, which replaced the Hard Rock Hotel in July 2017, was originally intended to last less than a year with its innovative “Countdown Clock” – designed by Dutch artist Maarten Baas – counting down to the opening of Morpheus.Melco Resorts said at the time that The Countdown Hotel would be given a new name once the clock hit zero.Instead, the Countdown Clock has now been reset to 31 May 2019 – more than 8,000 hours away as per the countdown itself – as the target date to start renovations to Libertine, sources at Melco told IAG.However, the closing date of The Countdown is still not set in stone with the company planning further renovations to Nüwa hotel – formerly Crown Towers – beforehand. IAG has been told that May 2019 is “the earliest The Countdown will close” after which Libertine will come live. Melco International Development grants Evan Winkler HK$269 million share options Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul Melco Resorts defers acquisition of second tranche of Crown shares until conclusion of regulatory inquiry Load More RelatedPosts
The head teacher of a Government Primary School was found dead in Dumuria village of Adamdighi upazila of Bogura district on Friday morning.The deceased is Abdur Rashid, 50, head teacher of Dumuria Government Primary School and a resident of the village.Local people found the body of Abdur Rashid one kilometre away from his residence around 8:00am and informed police.On Information, police recovered the body and sent it to a local hospital morgue for an autopsy.Police said the body bore several stabbing marks.Quoting his family members, police said Abdur Rashid came out of his house around 10:00pm on Thursday for feeding fish at his pond and went missing.
Members of the Iraqi forces tend to a civilian who was injured by Islamic State (IS) group jihadists at a school turned hospital in western Mosul. Photo: AFPFifteen-year-old Mohammed enthusiastically helps the staff of a makeshift hospital set up in the bullet-scarred school in west Mosul where he himself studied before jihadists seized Iraq’s second city.The Islamic State group used the school as part of its programme of indoctrination until it lost control of the area during a major Iraqi offensive launched last month, and it is now used to treat people wounded in the ongoing battle for the western side of the city.Like many buildings in Mosul, the school bears the signs of warfare.In addition to being pockmarked with bullets, most of the windows are broken, walls are cracked and the floor is littered with bullet casings.The entrance hall has been transformed into an emergency room, which is stocked with only limited equipment but still allows for first aid to be administered to the wounded and sick.One young man lies on a narrow bed, his face pale and tired.“A sniper (from IS) fired at him but missed, so he started to run, and the sniper shot again and hit him,” says Fathi Waad, one of the victim’s relatives.“This is the third time that someone in the family has been hit by a sniper,” he adds.Each day, the hospital looks after around 100 patients, both civilians and security personnel, often the victims of gunshot wounds, says Aqil Karim, a medic from the elite Counter-Terrorism Service.A dust-covered red pickup suddenly stops in front of the school to deliver a semi-conscious old man whose foot has been injured.American dreamUnlike the previous patient, he is not the victim of violence, but rather of an accident, and he is also suffering from dehydration.As soon as he arrives, he is carried to a bed, where his wound is washed, disinfected and dressed.Treating him is just as important as tending to those wounded by war in a city where the fighting has destroyed many medical facilities.More than 200,000 Iraqis have fled west Mosul since Iraqi forces began the assault to retake the area on February 19, the government says, but hundreds of thousands more are still in danger inside the city.With school lessons unlikely to resume at any time soon, several former pupils have returned to the building to help the medical staff.Indifferent to the sound of gunfire and explosions outside, one of them rushes around helping out where he can, dressed in a tracksuit with a blue hood.Mohammed has barely finished unloading a delivery of equipment when he is already back inside handing out food rations.“We cook, clean the equipment, and when wounded people arrive we help them,” says the slender teenager, who is delighted no longer to be in class under the jihadists.“Our teachers were hard on us. They’d beat us,” he says. “And they’d ask us to pledge allegiance to IS.”But Mohammed does not see a future for himself in the ruins of a city disfigured by months of heavy fighting. Instead, he yearns to join his relatives in the United States.His dream job once there? “Doctor” of course.
Twitter via @KHOUA coroner’s office has released the name of the 14-year-old boy from Texas who was killed when a tree fell on his tent at a Georgia Boy Scout camp.The Newton County Coroner’s Office identified the Boy Scout on Tuesday as Elijah Knight of Cypress, Texas. The teen was participating in a Scout gathering when the incident occurred Monday at the Bert Adams Scout Camp in Newton County, east of Atlanta.Newton County Sherriff’s Office spokesman Jeff Alexander told news outlets that powerful storms had rolled through the area downing multiple trees, including the one that fell on the boy’s tent. The teen and others were inside the tent when the tree crashed down onto it.Officials say Knight was attending the fourth and final week of summer camp. Share
Gottlieb in for Colin:Khalil Mack trade makes sense in the salary cap NFLThe Raiders and Jon Gruden have been getting crushed by the media and Raider fans alike for trading All-Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack to the Bears for two first round picks, but Doug thinks the trade makes sense in the modern salary cap NFL.Doug argues that unlike the Rams, who just re-signed defensive cornerstone Aaron Donald to a massive new deal, the Raiders have already had to pay Derek Carr, and signing Mack to the largest contract for a defensive player would consume so much of their salary cap space it would be hard to fill out a competitive roster. Mack is a great player, but it’s hard to win when two players are eating up that much cap room.Also:– Looking back at College Football Week 1Guests:Danny Kanell – College Football Analyst joins the show to talk CFB Week 1; LSU/Miami; Joe Burrow’s debut; why the U needs to make a change; and why Dwayne Haskins can take the Buckeyes to another level.Clay Travis – Founder of Outkick the Coverage joins the show to discuss CFB Week 1; how his picks against the spread fared; and why he thinks Harbaugh is the most overrated coach in recent CFB history.Nick Baumgardner – Detroit Free Press Michigan Beat Writer discusses Michigan’s loss to Notre Dame; if Michigan can bounce back; and why the expectations for Shea Patterson are unrealistic.
The new Bird Zero is a sturdier scooting option.Image: BIRDBy Sasha Lekach2018-10-05 00:37:20 UTC Instead of searching for an electric scooter wherever you may be when the urge to scoot hits, Bird wants you to already have a scooter with you. All. Day. Long.It may seem like the inverse purpose of a scooter-share program, but e-scooter company Bird revealed its new strategy on Thursday with its new Bird Delivery option.Once it rolls out to U.S. cities in the coming weeks, you can order a Bird scooter that is delivered to your chosen location by 8 a.m. As of now, there’s only an online waitlist to sign up for the service.You then have access to that scooter all day — just you and the Bird. No one else can ride it. It’s yours. No more scrounging on the app to find one nearby.If it seems like you should just buy your own scooter at this point, I’m with you. But renting does come with its benefits: Bird will maintain and charge the scooter and you don’t have to store the scooter overnight.As Lyft and Uber’s Jump have started to introduce e-scooters on the street in some cities, the all-day option seems like an attempt to keep riders loyal to Bird and prevent users from jumping from one scooter company to the other.Pricing will be announced soon, but a Bird spokesperson couldn’t say when exactly. A regular bird costs $1 to unlock and 15 cents per minute, so who knows how an all-day rental will be priced.Along with the new rental option, Bird unveiled its new custom-designed scooter, Bird Zero.Made with Chinese scooter company Okai, the new scooter moves away from the lighter, sleeker frame of Bird’s previous scooter, the modified Xiaomi Mi, and Segway models. Instead the Zero is more rugged, with wider, bulkier tires and a wider riding deck to make for a more stable ride to combat all those potholes since you most certainly are not riding on the sidewalk, right??? This model looks a lot more like a Lime e-scooter, but it’s still distinctly branded as a Bird and the tech on the handlebars is sleeker than that of the older versions.Track your speed — but only up to 15 mph.Image: BIRDThe battery also lasts 60 percent longer, Bird says.The Rideshare Guy blog tested out the new Bird and noted it’s much heavier than earlier models, but feels more secure and safer to ride. The blog is calling it “The Tank” because it’s so much bigger than other Birds.For the community-based charging network the heavier, bulkier Birds will make charging more painful due to all that loading and unloading. It’ll also take longer to charge due to bigger batteries.
News | Clinical Decision Support | December 06, 2016 NDSC Expands CareSelect to Cover Multiple Service Lines and Care Settings Expanded clinical guidelines cover procedures, medications and laboratory testing at the point of care News | PACS Accessories | June 13, 2019 M*Modal and Community Health Network Partner on AI-powered Clinical Documentation M*Modal announced that the company and Community Health Network (CHNw) are collaborating to transform the patient-… read more December 6, 2016 — National Decision Support Company (NDSC) recently announced expanded CareSelect solutions that cover a wide variety of care settings and healthcare services including the ABIM Foundation’s Choosing Wisely Campaign.NDSC’s CareSelect helps to accurately render clinical guidelines for electronic medical record (EMR) delivery, leveraging existing clinical documentation and creating a seamless user experience within the EMR workflow. The expanded solution now includes clinical and business logic covering medication, lab and blood management, as well as a complete set of advisories based on the Choosing Wisely Campaign.The CareSelect platform exchanges data with the EMR in real time to perform clinical calculations against evidence-based guidelines and pathways. This enables the caregiver to choose alternate tests or clinical pathways based on the guideline. This advanced functionality can be coupled with the CareSelect benchmarking and reporting tools to ensure success.The CareSelect platform enables the delivery, management and localization of clinical guidelines that range from simple appropriate use criteria to complex level of care admission level logic. 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BATON ROUGE — A tourism official on business in Baton Rouge says she had no intention of sharing an adult video with nudity on the Instagram account of her employer, the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau.The video with nudity went live on the tourism bureau’s public Instagram account Monday night, and sent notifications to followers. The video lasted about 30 minutes.“It was a horrible, honest mistake,” Lynn Dorsey, executive director of convention and visitors bureau, told the newspaper. “I am mortified. I would never send that type of content out intentionally.”Dorsey had intended to send “a very private message” to her husband, she said. But she’s a new Instagram user and pressed the wrong button, she added.Dorsey posted the video using a Bureau-purchased iPhone 7 from a Baton Rouge hotel room while on a business trip, the newspaper reported.Instagram Live is a new feature, similar to that of Facebook Live, which allows users to stream live video footage via the social media platform, the Press-Herald reported. When a user “goes live,” the followers of the account may receive a notification announcing the live feed. Once a live video has ended, it is no longer visible on the platform. Share Posted by The Canadian Press Adult video shared on Baton Rouge Instagram ‘horrible’ mistake Friday, December 23, 2016 << Previous PostNext Post >>
The government generated a fiscal surplus of €514.7m on a cash basis in the first seven months of the year, compared with €217.2m a year before, the statistical service said.Total revenue rose by €267m to below €4.3bn in the first seven months of the year, Cystat said in a statement on Thursday. The rise was mainly on a €219m and €72m increase in indirect tax revenue, to €1.9bn, and social security contributions, to €730.2m, respectively.During the same period, government spending rose by €1m, to €3.8bn, Cystat said. A €35m increase in wages and salaries, to €984.5m, accompanied by an increase of €22m and €15m in payments for social security, and purchase of goods and services, to €914.4m and €235.5m respectively. The increases practically offset a €63m drop in interest payments which fell to €312.1m.The primary surplus which excludes interest payments on government debt, rose in the first seven months of this year, to €828.1m, from €547.5m the previous year before, Cystat said.You May LikeJobsParade.comNeed A New Job? Find One Here – Up to $25.50+/Hr – View OpeningsJobsParade.comUndoFaresaver.TravelDelta Airlines Deals From Only $59.99 One-Way!Faresaver.TravelUndoTravel Insurance | Search AdsTravel Insurance Might be Cheaper Than You ThinkTravel Insurance | Search AdsUndo Urgent work planned on collapsed section of Nicosia wallsUndoRouhani hopes British PM Johnson’s “familiarity” with Iran will help improve relationsUndoWidowers threaten legal action over pensionsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
President Nicos Anastasiades welcomed on Friday morning his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic who is on the island for the 2nd Intergovernmental Conference between Cyprus and Serbia.The two presidents will hold a tete-a-tete meeting to be followed by consultations between the delegations of the two countries.Present at the welcoming ceremony at the Presidential Palace were also the ministers of foreign affairs, interior, energy and commerce, education, the government spokesman and the presidency commissioner.Anastasiades and Vucic will chair the conference during which the two sides will sign Memorandums of Understanding in various fields.Bilateral relations, the Cyprus issue, EU-Serbia relations, migration crisis, energy, regional developments and diaspora issues will be on the agenda of the talks. A Joint Declaration is expected to be issued after they conclude.The two presidents will also make statements to the press and will attend a working lunch.Government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou has said that the conference will contribute to the constant development of the excellent historical ties between Cyprus and Serbia.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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