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Cyprus has become a humanitarian services hub, Defence Minister says
CNA - Cyprus/LARNAKA 07/10/2017 10:07

Cypriot Defence Minister Christophoros Fokaides has commended the achievements of the Larnaka Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC), saying it has promoted Cyprus in its capacity as a humanitarian services and stability hub in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Fokaides was addressing an event in honour of the services rendered by the members of search & rescue teams at the JRCC premises in Larnaka, on Friday evening.

JRCC, he pointed out, “is now recognised both in Cyprus and abroad having rendered invaluable services in the effort to rescue human lives but also having promoted Cyprus as a humanitarian services hub and a cooperation and stability hub in the Eastern Mediterranean.


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