Daily Archives: October 4, 2019

President Anastasiades informs members of the National Council on developments in Cyprus issue

Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, informs on Friday morning political party leaders, members of the National Council, on developments in the Cyprus problem and the meetings he had in New York, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session, in

CYPRUS: Papantoniou supermarket to open in Nicosia

Paphos-based Papantoniou Supermarkets is preparing to set up shop in the capital’s tough competitive market, aiming to take a piece of the pie from established giants.

Sources told the Financial Mirror, construction work on the supermarket’s latest addition is picking …

Populism will only be placated if member states show solidarity on key issues, CoR President tells CNA

The main challenges for the European Commission and the EU in general in the immediate future, will be ensuring an ambitious long-term EU budget that is decentralized and meets the daily needs of citizens, President of the European Committee of

UK deplores any drilling in the waters close to Cyprus, supports Cyprus’ right to extract oils, British Minister says

Britain deplores any drilling in the waters close to Cyprus and supports Cyprus’ right to extract oils in its Exclusive Economic Zone, British Minister for Europe Christopher Pincher, said on Friday, adding at the same time that the oil wealth

Nicosia uses all legal, political and diplomatic means at its disposal to face Turkey’s new provocations, spokesman says

The Republic of Cyprus uses all the legal, political and diplomatic means at its disposal to address new Turkish provocations in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Friday, following the meeting of the National Council under

Mogherini and Christodoulides discuss the possibility of targeted measures in light of Turkey’s drilling activities

The High Representative of the EU Federica Mogherini and the Foreign Minister of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides spoke today on the phone and “discussed the possibility of targeted measures in light of Turkey’s continued drilling activities”, while the High Representative “also