Erdogan’s attack against Macron insults European values, Cyprus President says

Cyprus President NicosAnastasiades, has condemned the verbal attack of Turkish President RecepTayyipErdogan against the President of France Emmanuel Macron, describing it as unethical, as it involves “unacceptable language according to the international practice and diplomacy”.   A press release issued

President and Greek Premier coordinate actions during working lunch in Athens

Cyprus President NicosAnastasiades and Greek Premier KyriakosMitsotakis coordinated their actions in the light of the Turkish provocations in the Eastern Mediterranean, Government Spokesman in Nicosia KyriakosKoushos said.   Anastasiades and Mitsotakis had a working lunch at the Premier`s residence in

Foreign Office letter details the UK’s concern and response to Varosha opening

A letter by Minister for European Neighbourhood and the Americas at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) Wendy Morton to Sir Roger Gale MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Cyprus, details the concern and response by

Cypriot fetal medicine expert elected to the US National Academy of Medicine

KyprosNicolaides, Professor of Fetal Medicine at King’s College Hospital in London, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine in the USA.   It is considered to be one of the highest honours in the fields of health and

Even if the cases drop, the danger is still there, Scientific Team member Tsioutis says

Even if there is a drop in the number of COVID-19 cases, this will not mean that the danger has been overcome and that this serious spike has been placed under control, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Infection Prevention

Cyprus police report 95 individuals and establishments for coronavirus measures violations

Cyprus police reported in the last 24 hours a total 95 individuals and establishments for violations of measures in place to contain the coronavirus pandemic.   According to the police press office out of 1,428 checks across Cyprus, 92 individuals