Daily Archives: December 20, 2019

Cyprus leaders to attend opening of exhibition of G/C art and T/C audiovisual material on Jan 31

President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, and Turkish Cypriot leader, Mustafa Akinci, will be attending the opening of an art exhibition and presentation of audiovisual material, exchanged between the two communities in Cyprus. The opening will be held

President’s Office Director presents government projects through Exantas website

The value of the 440 projects already concluded reaches Euros 597 million, while another 153 projects are under construction with a budget of Euros 1.10 billion and a further 160 projects costing Euros 1.09 million are in the pipeline, Petros

Nicosia and Athens coordinate action to avert unlawful Turkish activities

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades agreed on Friday with Greek Premier, Kyriacos Mitsotakis, to coordinate action in order to prevent unlawful Turkish activities.

According to a written announcement by Government Spokesman Kyriacos Koushios, the two men had a long telephone …

Turkey is trying to create a crisis, but we won’t go down that road, President says

President Anastasiades on Friday said that we will not follow Turkey in the path it has chosen to create a crisis , but rather we will

continue to insist that international law, the EU, friendly countries and especially Greece can …

Netanyahu condemns Turkish unlawful activities, calls for immediate agreement on EastMed

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the unlawful memorandum of understanding signed between Turkey and Libya, in an effort to delimitate maritime jurisdiction areas, while speaking with the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades. Netanyahu also suggested that Israel, Cyprus and

Cyprus ready to face Brexit consequences on pharmaceutical imports, Minister says

Cyprus is ready to deal with the consequences of Brexit and there will be no problem when it comes to pharmaceutical imports from the UK, Cyprus’ Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou assured on Friday.

He was speaking after a meeting with …