Daily Archives: November 13, 2019

CYPRUS: Fiscal Council calls for reforms to ward off potential risks

Cyprus must implement reforms, boost competitiveness, maintain budget surpluses and reconsider its passport for investment scheme, Fiscal Council president Demetris Georgiades said on Wednesday.

Presenting the Fiscal Council Autumn Report, he argued external risks such as Brexit, which could affect …

CYPRUS: Escaped suspect is wanted by British Bases police

The British Sovereign Base Area police seek information concerning the whereabouts of Kyriakos Georghiou, from Trachoni (22 Tricomou Street), Limassol, who is a suspect in a serious case of domestic violence.

Last night, the 39-year old escaped from the of …

CYPRUS: Firefighters scramble to put out Akamas blaze started by arsonists

Cyprus firefighters are scrambling to put out a blaze burning in the Akamas National Forest, as authorities launch a large-scale operation to douse the blaze that was deliberately caused by arsonists on Wednesday.

Authorities have launched the ‘Icarus’ plan which …

Commission launches “.EU” enabling domain names in full Greek script

Tomorrow the European Commission will launch .e?, the Greek equivalent of the .eu top-level domain, during a dedicated event in Athens, Greece.

From now on users will be able to create a domain name in full Greek script, marking a …

Humanitarian aid: EU announces additional Euros 35 million for Africa’s Sahel region

A rise in the number and spread of conflicts in countries across Africa’s Sahel region is putting further strains on already fragile communities. To help those most in need, the European Commission is stepping up its support with a further

CYPRUS: Ryanair launches new Paphos routes to Warsaw and Poznan

Budget carrier Ryanair has announced 2 new summer 2020 routes from Paphos to Warsaw Modlin and Poznan in Poland, both with weekly services commencing next March.

Cypriot travellers and visitors can now book their summer holidays to Poland as far …