Daily Archives: May 27, 2020

Covid-19 presents an “unprecedented external economic shock,” Bank of Cyprus CEO says

The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a health crisis, presenting an unprecedented external economic shock, Bank of Cyprus’ Chief Executive Officer PanicosNicolaou said, with the Bank’s chairman TakisArapoglu noting that the Covid-19 would slow the bank’s progress in addressing

COVID19: Cypriot experts to meet on crossings reopening

Greek and Turkish Cypriot experts on COVID-19 will exchange information next week about the epidemiological situation on both sides of Cyprus’ divide that will allow crossings to reopen.   Ideas will be discussed during a teleconference of the bicommunal Technical

Social dialogue, preparation, change of culture for telework, Research Minister tells CNA [VIDEO]

Kyriakos Kokkinos, Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, has spoken to CNA about the advantages and disadvantages of telework, noting that implementing it in Cyprus is possible, as long as it is the result of social dialogue, preparation

Cyprus Stock Exchange

The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) All Share Index closed at today`s stock exchange meeting as follows:   MEETING DATE: 27/05/2020 INDICES BASE VALUES: FTSEMed=5000, OTH   EURO (€)   TRADED VALUE:                49,346.80   INDEX   VALUE  % DIFF. VALUE (€)  

Relations with Turkey do not affect our position on Cyprus problem, Russian Ambassador says

Russian Ambassador in Nicosia StanislavOsadchiy said on Wednesday that his country always stands by the Cyprus people on the Cyprus problem, noting at the same time that Russia’s relations with Turkey do not affect its position on the problem.  

COVID19: Sweden peeved at exclusion from Cyprus guest list

Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde is struggling to improve her country’s reputation abroad after Swedes were declared persona non-grata by fellow European Union member, Cyprus.   Last week, the island said nationals from 19 European countries could enter its borders