Daily Archives: July 10, 2020

Borrell will seak mandate to negotiate de-escallation with Turkey, says EU official

The issue of Turkey will be discussed in detail by the EU Foreign Ministers during the Foreign Affairs Council and the High Representative JosepBorrell will present ideas on how to de-escalate the situation and engage in dialogue with Turkey on

HRVP Borrell: Turkish Council of State decision on Hagia Sophia is regrettable

ΕU High Representative and Commission Vice  PresidentJosepBorrell deplored in a written statement the Turkey`s Council of State decision on Hagia Sophia and President Erdoğan‘s decision to place the monument under the management of the Religious Affairs Presidency,   In a

New Minister of Energy assumes duties with the promise to work hard to continue the Ministry’s successful course

New Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry of Cyprus NatasaPilides assumed duties on Friday, with the promise to work hard to continue the Ministry’s successful course”I promise.   “I promise to work even harder to continue the successful course of

We will not cut ties with Russia, says Cyprus’ Minister of Defence

Participating in a US military training program does not mean cutting ties with Russia, said Minister of DefenceCharalambos Petridis after the end of a meeting with the Secretary General of opposition party AKEL.   Petridis said that the permanent goal

EU must be strict and decisive in its stance with Turkey, Cyprus President tells EU Commission’s President

The EU must be strict and decisive in its stance against Turkey, safeguarding the interests of the EU itself and its member states,  President of Cyprus NicosAnastasiades told European Commission’s President Ursula von der Leyen during a telephone conversation on

Cyprus condemns Turkey’s actions on Hagia Sophia, Foreign Minister says

Cyprus strongly condemns Turkey’s actions on Hagia Sophia in its effort to distract domestic opinion, and calls on Turkey to respect its international obligations, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides says on his Twitter account.   “#Cyprus is poignantly a