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Next Previous The world of economics bids farewell to Zeta Aimilianidou HOME • INSIDER • CYPRUS • The world of economy bids farewell to Zeta Aimilianidou
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The last joy from the trade union & nbsp; and business & nbsp; world & nbsp; to & nbsp; Zeta Aimilianidou.
O CIFA expresses its condolences & nbsp; on the death of the Minister of Labor and Social Security
The Board of Directors and the members of the Cyprus Investment Fund Association (CIFA) express their grief and heartfelt condolences for the untimely death of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance, Zeta Aimilianidou. A man who served quietly, selflessly and effectively the people of Cyprus for many years with great success. & nbsp;
CIFA expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.
STEK bids farewell to Zeta Aimilianidou, a minister who won the respect and appreciation of all & nbsp;
Their members express their deep sorrow for the death of the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Zeta Aimilianidou Board of Directors, members, Management and staff of STEK.
All these years the cooperation with Zeta Aimilianidou has been flawless since she always managed to bridge the differences and to resolve the important work issues concerning the hotel industry in the best way. Her ability to handle critical issues at equal distances from stakeholders was what earned her the respect of all. Have a good trip.
STEK expresses its deepest condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased.
Bank of Cyprus
Good Paradise to our minister Zeta Emilianidou. A big thank you for her huge offer on the site.
PASYXE expresses its deep sorrow for the loss of the Minister of Labor, & nbsp; Zetas Aimilianidou. & Nbsp; Let the soil that will cover it be light. Her memory is eternal…
Zeta Aimilianidou's offer was wide and very important both from her position as Minister of Labor in difficult times for the economy, as well as from the other positions he served in the Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry, in the Customs Department and in the VAT Service.
SELK unreservedly appreciates her contribution to the place and the Board of Directors expresses its sincere condolences to her family. Her memory is eternal.
The Cyprus, Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) expresses its deep sorrow over the untimely death of the Minister of Labor and Zeta Aimilianidou Social Security.
Zeta Aimilianidou has been a close associate of the CCCI for many years and as Minister we have jointly promoted many changes and reforms in the labor institutions of Cyprus.
The work of Zeta Aimilianidou was multifaceted and multidimensional, culminating in the management of the effects of the pandemic, on companies and employees. The Board of Directors of CCCI expresses its sincere condolences to her family. Her memory is eternal.
The Federation of Employers and Industrialists (OEB) expresses shock and deepest grief over the death of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance Zetas Aimilianidou.
The woman who served with indescribable honesty and ethos the labor and welfare policy of the country, is no longer here. The gap it leaves is huge. OEB expresses its sincere condolences to her family.
The President and the Members of the Executive Committee will be present at the funeral and will lay a wreath on behalf of the entire business world while from today the flags in the OEB building will be waving mesisties.
To the good Minister, thank you for everything – The Cyprus you served, says goodbye with gratitude.
The Minister of Labor is said goodbye by the Association of Leisure Center Owners Paphos. With a relevant announcement, the president of SIKAP & nbsp; Angelos Onisiforou expresses their deep shock for the death of Zeta Aimilianidou.
A Minister, adds the Association of Owners of Leisure Centers of Paphos who stood by our side, next to the leisure centers. A Minister notes, “who has always tried and provided solutions to the problems of our industry”.
The Paphos Association of Leisure Center Owners has finally expressed its sincere condolences to her family. b> OSIKA
Zeta Aimilianidou & nbsp; “goodbye” to the Federation of Leisure Center Owners Associations (OSIKA).
In a relevant announcement, the president of OSIKA Neophytos Thrasyvoulou expresses the deepest grief over the death of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance Zeta Aimilianidou.
“A personality adds, with a lot of knowledge, who offered a lot from the position of Minister with whom as president of the Pancyprian Federation of Leisure Center Owners Associations – OSIKA – I had the honor to work for many years.”
The Zeta Aimilianidou adds that Mr. Thrasyvoulou was always willing to listen to the problems of their industry & nbsp; and to try every time to give solutions, without ever being indifferent.
She also expressed her heartfelt condolences to her son Achilles and her brothers Mary and Doros.
Cyprus Port Authority & nbsp;
The Port Authority expresses its deepest sorrow Cyprus for the death of Zeta Aimilianidou and cancels a press conference scheduled for tomorrow in Paphos.
In a statement, the Ports Authority informs that, due to the death of the Minister of Labor, tomorrow's press conference in the port of Latsi, where the expansion plan would be presented, in the presence of the Minister of Transport, is postponed.
The Board of Directors, the Management and the staff of the Cyprus Ports Authority express their deepest sorrow “for the loss of our dear Zeta and the sincere condolences to her family”, the announcement concludes.
SEK in a post on Twitter bids farewell to Zeta Emilianidou and expresses its gratitude for everything it has offered & nbsp; to the employees, to the society and to the place. “To our good Zeta. Thank you for everything you have offered to the employees in the society and in our place. We will miss you. “Condolences to Achilles, to Hera, to your Chloe and to the rest of your family”, notes SEK.
PEO refers to a & nbsp; ” important collaborator & nbsp; for the trade union movement in recent years “, expressing her grief over her untimely death & nbsp;.
She notes that “she always showed respect to her interlocutors and had an open channel of communication with them”, to add that cooperation ».
For its part, & nbsp; DEOK expresses its deep sorrow over the death of the Minister of Labor, saying that” the & nbsp; Zeta Aimilianidou has never had a political career and has served her country, society and workers, with absolute commitment to the principles of solidarity and social justice. “
According to DEOK, & nbsp; empathy, & nbsp; humanity and social sensitivity found the best expression in the face of Zeta Aimilianidou & nbsp; noting that “politics has never been the means to satisfy personal ambitions, but the means to offer to fellow human beings and the socially weak “. & nbsp;
The Pancyprian Federation of Independent Trade Unions (POASO) in turn expresses “deep sorrow” over the loss of the Minister of Labor and notes that its & nbsp; loss “leaves an unfilled gap in the labor scene of Cyprus and the balance of labor and entrepreneurship “. “Her professionalism, ability and conscientiousness will light the way for social justice and labor democracy,” he added. & Nbsp;/p>
The Board of Directors of the Independent Trade Union of Civil Servants of Cyprus (ASDYK), expresses its deep sorrow for the loss of the Minister of Labor, Social Security and Welfare, Zeta Aimilianidou, and extends its heartfelt condolences to her family. Emilianidou in her long career in the State gave the mark of an honest, conscientious, experienced and effective Chief. A man with knowledge and opinion on all the issues of the Ministry of Labor, he dared and made big decisions on important issues.
Zeta Aimilianidou leaves a big gap, in an important period that had tracked the promotion of key issues, relating to labor relations and the further securing of workers' rights in our country. The best memorial for Zeta Emilianidou will be the promotion of these already launched policies, which are a product of social dialogue.
Finally, the Board of Directors of ASDYK expresses its sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and wishes them patience and strength in this painful moment of the loss of their beloved.
< p> Deepest condolences from the Administration, Management and Personnel of the EAC for the unjust and premature loss of Minister Zeta Emilianidou. An extraordinary person who will always be in our memory. The flags in our buildings will remain at half-mast until the funeral.
Nicosia Sewerage Council
The Nicosia Sewerage Council has been deeply saddened to learn of the death of the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Ms. Zeta Aimilianidou. & nbsp; As of today, Cyprus is poorer. & nbsp; Its loss leaves a huge gap, both in the public and political life of the place. & nbsp; The Nicosia Sewerage Council expresses its sincere condolences to Achilles' son and the rest of her family . May God rest her soul.
POVEK expresses its deepest sorrow and pain for the unexpected loss of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance & nbsp; Zetas Emilianidou, for whom she states that “she selflessly served Public life with honesty, honesty and morality, fulfilling in full all the tasks assigned to her”. & Nbsp;
He adds that “especially as Minister of Labor and Social Insurance, he has to show a very important and remarkable project that is universally appreciated and leaves behind an unfilled gap”.
The President and the Members of the Federation of Cyprus Construction Contractors Associations express their deep sorrow for the loss of the Minister of Labor Zeta Aimilianidou and express their sincere condolences to her family. “Let her work remain a legacy for our Federation and our Social Partners,” says the Federation.
Pancyprian Bar Association
The Pancyprian Bar Association Expresses its deepest sorrow for the death and loss of Zeta Aimilianidou “an active minister, who, holding the reins of a key Ministry for nine years, gave content and substance to every initiative for practical social solidarity”
“She was firm in her views, with a clear public discourse, progressive and moderate, an advocate of dialogue, a supporter of any idea aimed at optimizing the quality of social services,” concludes the PDS.