Only few calls so far to the Cypriot Ministry of Foreign Affairs for information regarding coronavirus

The Cypriot Ministry of Foreign Affairs has until now received a small number of phone calls concerning the issue of the coronavirus, and nothing that may cause concern has come up so far, the Cyprus News Agency has learned. Citizens

Why the buses need to run on time

It only takes a cabinet minister to get on a bus (twice in 40 days, actually) to realise the poor state of public transport and that what is desperately needed is a general overhaul of infrastructure.

We don’t need a …

Pirates of the Eastern Mediterranean

There is not much going on in government, as Nicosia is busy putting out fires it started with an energy quest that plotted a course of full steam ahead for a confrontation with Turkey.

Yes, Cyprus is a sovereign state …

When out of town shopping becomes congested

It is a fact of life that most towns suffer from traffic congestion problems, as well as difficult accessibility to destinations and lack of parking.

It is also a fact the recently acquired attraction by Cypriot shoppers for malls with …

Cyprus FM issues travel advice for Wuhan, China due to coronavirus outbreak

Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued on Saturday a Travel Advice urging Cypriot citizens to avoid traveling to the Chinese city Wyhan in the province of Hubei due to the coronavirus epidemic that plagued the region.

The citizens of the …

Cyprus President expects to be informed on Merkel’s discussion with Erdogan

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, said on Saturday that he expects to be informed during the next days about the discussion the German Chancellor Angela Merkel had on Friday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during their meeting in Turkey.

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