Daily Archives: September 12, 2019

Hellenic Parliament President expresses strong support to Cyprus

Hellenic Parliament President, Constantine Tassoulas, expressed on Thursday the unanimous and strong support of the people of Greece to Cyprus during this phase of numerous developments and provocations related to the Cyprus problem.

Tassoulas, who is paying an official visit …

“Serious” increase of cruise tourism in Cyprus expected in coming years, Deputy Minister tells CNA

Deputy Minister for Tourism Savvas Perdios said on Thursday that a serious increase of cruise tourism was expected in Cyprus in the coming years.

Perdios is leading a Cypriot delegation at Seatrade Europe, Europe’s largest international cruise and river cruise …

Hellenic Parliament President reiterates Greece’s support about Turkish provocations

Hellenic Parliament President, Constantine Tassoulas, had on Thursday a meeting with President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, and pointed out that by enhancing their contacts the two countries strive to achieve the best possible outcome amid an unacceptably

Conservation works at Agia Triada Basilica mosaics and Agios Philon church completed

Conservations works at Agia Triada Basilica mosaics and Agios Philon church, in Karpasia, in the Turkish occupied part of Cyprus, have been completed and a ceremony to mark their completion will take place on September 21st, in the presence of

CYPRUS: Land Registry can’t explain why a plot worth EUR 70 mln is now EUR 5 mln

The Land Registry admitted it may have been mistaken in their appraisal of a state plot opposite the former Nicosia Hilton Hotel in the heart of the capital, estimating the property at just Euros 5 mln down from Euros 70

CYPRUS Government employed personnel remains stable at 51,486

The number of government employees remained relatively unchanged at 51,486 in August 2019, compared with 51,475 in the same month last year, despite an increase in temporary staff.

Official figures showed that permanent staff decreased by 444 or 1.5%, from …