Greek, Cypriot and Egyptian Speakers Hold First Trilateral Meeting

The first-ever formal meeting between the parliamentary presidents of Cyprus, Greece and Egypt took place at Cyprus' House of Representatives on Monday. The meeting was...

Cyprus First, Greece Third in Reception of European Social Funds for 2018

The Republic of Cyprus ranked first, and Greece third, among EU member states in  cumulative payments made from the European Social Fund in 2018....

Turkey To Send Second Drilling Vessel in East Mediterranean

The Turkish Energy Minister, Fatih Donmez, in an interview with the Turkish TV on Friday, said that his country is ready to send a...

EU Predicts Rosy Outlook for Cyprus Economy This Year

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the island nation of Cyprus is expected to grow by 3.3 percent in 2019, the European Commission said...

NASA Gives Martian Rocks Cypriot Names

NASA officially named two rocks on Mars with words from the Cypriot dialect earlier this week. The rocks were named in honor of the 33-year-old Greek-Cypriot scientist Dr....

UN Peacekeeping Mission to Cyprus Extended

The work of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) has been extended for 6 months, as a result of a Security Council resolution...

President Anastasiades Congratulates Tsipras on Prespa Accord

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades congratulated Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras over last week's ratification of the Prespa Agreement before their...

EU Vice President in Cyprus To Discuss Granting EU Citizenship

European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen is on a two-day visit to Cyprus, which began on Monday. Katainen is visiting Nicosia amid discussions on the setting...

The 2019 EU Parliamentary Elections and the Rising Tide of Nationalism

By Andreas C Chrysafis The campaigns for the next elections for the European Parliament, scheduled for May 23-26, 2019, have already begun in earnest. A...

UK to Pay €1.1 Million to Greek Cypriots Over Human Rights Abuses

The U.K. government  announced on Wednesday that it reached a settlement over claims made by 33 EOKA veterans who were tortured while in detention...

Brexit Prompts Britain to Consider Registering Ferry Fleets in Cyprus

British ferry operators have been showing a great deal of interest lately in registering their vessels under the flag of Cyprus, Greek Deputy Minister...

UK’s Shipping Line P & O to Register Fleet in Cyprus after Brexit

Britain's shipping line P&O has announced it will be re-flagging its entire UK-registered fleet to Cyprus ahead of Brexit, in order to keep its...

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