Daily Archives: October 17, 2019

CYPRUS: Parliament to summon energy minister over EuroAsia debacle

Parliament has called the energy minister to a committee hearing to explain why the Greek government refused to support the Israel-Cyprus-Crete-Attica electricity cable as an EU project of common interest (PCI).

Daily Phileleftheros reported that Green Party leader George Perdikis …

Slovenian FM pays a two – day working visit to Cyprus

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, Miro Cerar, starts Thursday a two – day working visit to Cyprus during which he will hold talks with his Cypriot counterpart, Nikos Christodoulides, and will attend a Cyprus – Slovenia business forum.…

We have “deep concern” about Brexit, Irish President says

President of Ireland Michael Higgins said on Wednesday that his country had deep concern to retain international agreement and Good Friday agreement, as the neighbour most affected by Brexit.

Higgins was speaking during a visit to the Larnaca Medieval Castle, …

Slovenian FM’s working visit postponed for Friday

A technical problem forced the commercial aircraft on which Slovenian Foreign Affairs Minister Miro Cerar was a passenger, on his way to pay Cyprus a two- day working visit, to land in Vienna, which has resulted in Cerars working visit

No state may opt-out from norms that have acquired the status of customary international law, Cyprus tells UN meeting

No state may opt-out from norms that have acquired the status of customary international law, Cyprus’ representative at the Sixth Committee of the UN General Assembly, Charis Chrysostomou, said, during an intervention on October 15 on the Responsibility of States

EMU XIII Sand Sculpture Festival and Contest Provided Colourful Moments for Participants

The 13th annual Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Sand Sculpture Festival and Competition took place at EMU Beach Club on Sunday the 13th of October 2019 between 10:00 � 18:00. As always, the event was organized by the EMU Architecture Faculty,