The Government says it is “concerned” at what is describes as a “throw-away line” in an interview this morning on Cadena Ser by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, Ms Gonzalez Laya, in which she referred to ‘agreeing a new status for Gibraltar between Spain and the United Kingdom’.
The Ministry of Business, Tourism and Transport has announced that, as part of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan that, as from Monday 8 June, a new Pay & Display parking zone at Coaling Island will become operational.
The Gibraltar Spring Visual Arts Exhibition, organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, announced its winners this afternoon.
The GSD, reacting to comments by the Spanish Foreign Minister, has said that the future of Gibraltar “can only be decided by its people and discussed by its elected representatives.”
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