Daily Archives: October 27, 2020

Greece-Cyprus-Israel trilateral meeting at FM level takes place in Athens

A trilateral meeting of the Foreign Affairs Ministers of Greece, Cyprus, and Israel takes place in Athens, on Tuesday.   The agenda of the meeting includes discussion on recent developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the wider region, as well

High concentrations of dust in the air on Tuesday

High concentrations of dust are observed in the air on Tuesday, according to measurements from ground Stations of the Air Quality Monitoring Network operated by Cyprus` Department of Labour Inspection.   According to a press release, the public, and particularly

Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday 181 new coronavirus cases

The Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday 181 new coronavirus cases out of 3,589 laboratory tests.   Since the outbreak of the pandemic, the total number of positive cases rises to 3,817.   There are 24 patients being treated at

Vassiliou sorry to see Turkish Cypriot colleagues resign from bicommunal Committee on Culture

Androulla Vassiliou, co-chairperson of the bicommunal Technical Committee on Culture, has expressed sorrow over the resignation of the Turkish Cypriot members of the Committee, noting that their cooperation has been excellent and friendly.   Vassiliou also expressed certainty that the

Economic sentiment drops in October, UCY’s Economics Research Centre survey shows

Economic sentiment deteriorated in October, a monthly indicator by the University of Cyprus` (UCY) Economic Research Centre (ERC) shows.   According to the Centre`s bulletin, published on Tuesday, in October 2020, economic sentiment in Cyprus deteriorated as the Economic Sentiment

CCCI condemns Turkish call for boycott on French goods

Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) President Christodoulos Angastiniotis has expressed support to France’s request regarding a Turkish call for a boycott of French products to Eurochambers President Christoph Leitl and has asked that Eurochambers condemn Turkey’s illegal actions.