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Cyprus Conducts Joint Search and Rescue Exercise With France

A joint Search and Rescue Exercise dubbed “CYFRA-04/19” was conducted on Monday off the coast of Cyprus, according to a press release which was issued...

Turkish FM Says His Country Will Not Accept Usurpation of Turkish Cypriot Rights

The Turkish Foreign Minister Hulusi Akar was in the occupied part of Cyprus on Thursday, where he made a statement during a celebration of...

First Ministerial-Level Energy Meeting in Athens Expresses Full Support for Cyprus

Full support for Cyprus' and Greece's stance on regional energy issues and for the expansion of security and environmental co-operation was the outcome of...

Turkey’s Cavusoglu Presents Map Showing Turkish Continental Shelf Near Crete

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu spoke to the 11th ''Ambassadors Conference'' in Ankara on Monday, where he presented a map depicting what Turkey considers...

First Eastern Mediterranean Energy Leadership Summit Slated for This October in Athens

An American think tank and a Greek university are joining forces to shed light on global  energy resource investments in the Eastern Mediterranean, and...

PM Mitsotakis From Cyprus: ”You Have Greece’s and the EU’s Support”

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrived in Cyprus on Monday morning, where he held a formal meeting with the President of the Republic of...

Greece Calls for Release of Seized Ship in Show of Support for Britain

The Foreign Ministry of Greece issued a statement on Tuesday evening calling for the immediate release of a British-flagged ship seized as it passed...

Greek Foreign Minister Meets With Secretary Pompeo in Washington

Deepening the strategic collaboration between Athens and Washington was the focus of the first meeting Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias held with his...

Turkey Defies EU Sanctions, Vows to Continue Drilling off Cyprus

The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Tuesday morning, commenting on EU Foreign Ministers' decision to go ahead with the first sanctions against...

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias to Visit Washington, Meet With Mike Pompeo

The new Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will go to Washington DC on Wednesday to meet with his counterpart in the US State Department...

Greece Celebrates Canada Day at Acropolis Museum, Honoring Bilateral Ties

The long-standing friendship between Canada and Greece, within a shared value system, and the prospects of deeper collaboration between the two countries were highlighted...

Ankara Threatened EU Not to Take Sides on Turkish Drilling Activity in Cyprus’ EEZ

Turkish diplomats sent a ''non-paper'' to all EU capitals but Cyprus on June 16, warning them not to take sides on its provocative drilling...

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