CYPRUS: Man jailed for hit-and-run death of British tourist

A 35-year-old man was jailed by a Cyprus court for two-and-a-half years on Thursday for reckless driving in the hit-and-run death of a British tourist in the Cypriot resort of Paphos in 2018.Dimitris Ilitzidis, a Greek national originally from Georgia,...

Defence Ministers of Cyprus and Greece discuss Turkish provocations

The Ministers of Defence of Cyprus and Greece, Savvas Angelides and Nikos Panagiotopoulos have discussed about the Turkish provocations in Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and territorial waters during their official talks held here today.In his st...

Interior Minister discusses migration issue in Helsinki with EASO Executive Director

For the third consecutive year, Cyprus holds the first place as a host country for asylum seekers in relation to its population, and is called upon to address substantive and disproportionate challenges, Minister of the Interior Constantinos Petrides p...

Theresa Villiers: there will be great benefits for all Cypriots if a lasting solution is achieved

There will be great benefits for all Cypriots if a lasting settlement can be achieved, said Theresa Villiers, Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet in north London, on the ocassion of the 45th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of the islands

EU solidarity needed in case of hybrid threat, Justice Minister says

Minister of Justice and Public Order George Savvides has said that the EU member states must act on the basis of solidarity in case of an hybrid threat.The Minister, who was addressing the Informal Meeting of Justice and Home Affairs

Shipping Deputy Ministry in touch with British companies in view of Brexit, Pilides says

Shipping Deputy Minister Natasa Pilides has said that the ministry is in continuously in touch with British companies it cooperates with in view of the possibility of a disorderly Brexit.In statements, after a meeting with leader of the Social Democrat...