Daily Archives: February 13, 2020

Minister of Health: no panic needed, with coordinated actions this epidemic can be tackled

Minister of Health Konstantinos Ioannou expressed today Cypruss support for the conclusions of the extraordinary Council of Ministers of Health on the coronavirus, clarifying that there should be no panic and with coordinated EU actions and measures th...

GDP in Cyprus set to grow by 3.2% in 2019, 2.8% in 2020 and 2.5% in 2021 according to Commision Forecast

The economy in Cyprus will grow by 3.2% in 2019, 2.8% in 2020 and 2.5% in 2021, according the European Commissions Winter Economic Forecast, published today in Brussels, and presented by Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni. Inflation will be 0.8% in 2020

Ankara’s rage at Akinci signifies annexation on hidden agenda

While Ankara deploys a seek and destroy mission to blast Mustafa Akinci out of the Turkish Cypriot leadership race, it is causing the biggest political crisis in the occupied north since the 2004 Anan Plan referendum.Ankara has decided to go

Asharqia Chamber reviews investment targets and mechanisms in the Kingdom

Within the activities of "SABIC 2020" forumAsharqia Chamber reviews investment targets and mechanisms in the KingdomWithin the activities of the "SABIC 2020" forum, and in a strategic partnership between the Asharqia Chamber and SABIC, the Chamber will...

The Chairman of the Qatif Court: Endowment funds are concerned with the financial construction of some family members

The Chairman of the Qatif Court: Endowment funds are concerned with the financial construction of some family membersAsharqia Chamber was organized within the activities and programs of the Committee of Religious Endowments meeting, the second series o...

UK Government sees settlement of Cyprus issue as best way to allow direct flights to the north

The UK sees a comprehensive settlement to the Cyprus issue as the best opportunity to resolve issues currently surrounding direct flights to the Turkish occupied airport of Tymbou, according to a British Government spokesperson.Asked to comment on a so...