Daily Archives: March 15, 2018

Cyprus’ Foreign Minister in Rome to meet UNSG and attend UNRWA meeting

The Cyprus issue and the situation as it is unfolding with Turkey's actions in the Republic's exclusive economic zone are on the agenda of a meeting in Rome, on Thursday, between Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides and UN Secretary

Israeli demands for “Aphrodite” field are unreasonable government sources tell CNA

Government sources told Wednesday CNA that Israeli demands regarding Aphrodite field in block 12 of Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone are unreasonable.As Globes reported Tuesday one of the owners of the rights in the Ishai license Opportunity Energy Reso...

Minister of Labor Emilianidou calls the EU28 to increase employment in qualitative and quantitative terms

The European Union should aim to increase employment in qualitative and quantitative terms, through continuous adaptation of workers skills and knowhow, stressed Minister of Labour, Welfare and Social Security, Zeta Emilianidou, during the works of the...

ENI appears determined to go ahead with its drilling obligations off Cyprus

ENI is determined to fulfill its obligations vis-A�-vis the Republic of Cyprus, in accordance with the contracts signed for a total of six blocks in the country's exclusive economic zone. This was ascertained during a meeting in Rome between the

Moody’s: NPE’s reduction expected to be slow despite Cyprus’ strong growth that benefits banks

The strong economic growth � the highest growth rate since 2008 � is credit positive for Cypriot banks says Moody's in its weekly credit outlook released Thursday, noting however that despite the growth the reduction of non-performing exposure will be

President Anastasiades is ready to resume Cyprus talks, Foreign Minister tells Guterres

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides told the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that the President of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, is ready to resume talks for a Cyprus settlement. During a meeting in Rome today, on the sidelines of the...