Daily Archives: September 4, 2020

COVID19: TUI resumes UK flights to Cyprus

Cyprus is regaining British tour operators trust, as the UK’s largest travel firm TUI reinstated flights and holiday packages for the Mediterranean island which is considered among Europe’s top COVID-19 low-risk destinations.   Following Jet2, which reinstated flights on 17

BEIRUT: Cyprus sends largest aid shipment to Lebanon

Cyprus on Friday sent its third and largest shipment of humanitarian aid to Lebanon – after the deadly blast that decimated Beirut port in early August.   A total of 20 containers with food and two with medical supplies were

COVID19: Cyprus cases edge past 1,500

Cyprus on Friday reported just four new Covid-19 infections, squeezing total cases since the outbreak began past the 1,500 barrier.   Health authorities have, however, succeeded in keeping daily cases in single-digit figures for a week, following fluctuating rates of

Start of school year postponed due to heatwave

Cyprus school students will not be returning to class on Monday, but on 14 September after the Education Ministry decided to postpone the start for a week due to the extreme heat.   The decision was announced by Education Minister

Largest shipment of humanitarian aid for Lebanon departs on Friday

Cyprus’ Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides and Ambassador of Lebanon in Nicosia Claude El Hajal reaffirmed the close ties between their two countries on Friday, just hours before the third and largest shipment of humanitarian aid to Lebanon –

Cyprus Stock Exchange

The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) All Share Index closed at today`s stock exchange meeting as follows:   MEETING DATE: 04/09/2020   INDICES BASE VALUES: FTSEMed=5000, OTHERS = 1000   EURO (€)   TRADED VALUE 68,593.62   INDEX   VALUE %DIFF.