Daily Archives: February 19, 2020

Cyprus and Jordan Defence Ministries renew cooperation in defence and security

The Defence Ministries of the Republic of Cyprus and the Kingdom of Jordan renewed a programme of bilateral cooperation in the field of defence, expressing their joint political will for further deepening their cooperation in the fields of defence and

Lakkotrypis to address a conference on hydrocarbon exploration and exploitations in Athens

Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry, Georgios Lakkotrypis departs for Athens to speak in a conference on the prospects of energy exploration and exploitation hosted by the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Journalists’ Union of Athens Daily Newspapers.…

Eurobarometer: Cypriots distrust political parties, tend to trust the army more than other institutions

Almost nine out of ten Cypriots say that they do not trust the political parties and point to the army as their most trusted institution, according to the Autumn 2019 Eurobarometer results for the Republic of Cyprus.

Asked which the …

MFF and Turkey’s illegal actions examined during Michel and Anastasiades meeting

The Cyprus issue, Turkeys illegal actions in the EEZ and in Famagusta and the Multiannual Financial Framework were discussed at the first official meeting between President of the Republic, Nicos Anastasiades and European Council President Charles Michel.

Government Spokesman Kyriakos …

Cyprus Transport Minister and 8 counterparts object to new rules of mobility package on commercial vehicles

Minister of Transport, Yiannis Karousos and his Bulgarian, Estonian, Latvian, Polish, Lithuanian, Maltese and Romanian counterparts, met Tuesday with the Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans and the Commissioner for Transport, Anna Ioana Valean, to raise the issue and implications of

CoE Commissioner calls on Turkey to restore judicial independence and stop targeting human rights defenders

Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatovic, in a report published on Wednesday, calls on the Turkish authorities to restore judicial independence and stop the practice of targeting human rights defenders, lawyers and journalists and silencing them by