Daily Archives: February 17, 2020

A Cyprus reunification would boost G/c and T/c income by 7% in a decade, World Bank says

? reunification of Cyprus, divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion, accompanied by the appropriate supportive policies would see the income of both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriot increase by 7% a decade following reunification, a study by the World

Record high tourist arrivals in Cyprus this January, up by 4.5% annually

Tourist arrivals in Cyprus were up by 4.5% this January compared with January last year, marking a historic high record.

On the basis of the results of the Passengers Survey, released by the Cyprus Statistical Service, arrivals of tourists reached

EIB President in Cyprus to discuss bank’s investment in the country

The President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), Werner Hoyer, is paying a visit to Cyprus and will meet on Monday with the President of Republic, Nicos Anastasiades.

According to an EIB announcement, Hoyer is expected to discuss recent and

Minister to reiterate France’s determination to contribute to international maritime law respect in Cyprus visit

The Minister of the Armed Forces of France, Florence Parly, will reiterate her countrys attachment to its privileged relationship with Cyprus and its determination to contribute to the respect of international maritime law during her meetings with Cypriot officials

Cyprus President to raise Varosha developments at EU leadership level

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades will have bilateral meetings with top EU officials during which he will raise the matter of the fenced-off part of Turkish occupied Famagusta, Government Spokesperson Kyriacos Koushos has said.

Last Saturday, the Turkish Bar Association organized

Russia, France and Britain call for compliance with UN Security Council resolutions on Famagusta

Russia, France and Britain call for compliance with UN Security Council resolutions in relation to Varosha, after recent statements from Turkish high-ranking officials regarding the status of the fenced-off part of Famagusta, also known as ghost city.

Last Saturday, the