Category Archives: Governance

Cyprus’ Agriculture Minister attends EU Council debating European Green Deal and CAP

Cyprus’ Minister of Agriculture Costas Kadis is going to Brussels to attend the Agriculture and Fisheries Council that convenes there on Monday.

According to an announcement, circulated by PIO, at the Council EU Ministers will exchange views about the agricultural …

Athens agreement bolsters East Med alliance

The exploration and exploitation by Cyprus and Israel of their offshore hydrocarbon resources were at an advanced stage when in an article I published in ‘Politis’ and the ‘Sunday Mail’ on October 14, 2012, after referring to the existing pipelines,

Cyprus President expects to be informed on Merkel’s discussion with Erdogan

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, said on Saturday that he expects to be informed during the next days about the discussion the German Chancellor Angela Merkel had on Friday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during their meeting in Turkey.


Cyprus FM issues travel advice for Wuhan, China due to coronavirus outbreak

Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued on Saturday a Travel Advice urging Cypriot citizens to avoid traveling to the Chinese city Wyhan in the province of Hubei due to the coronavirus epidemic that plagued the region.

The citizens of the …

Cyprus expects Bulgaria to back EU sanctions against Turkey

Nicosia counts on Bulgaria’s support to implement EU sanctions and finalise the list of persons and entities targeted for Turkey’s illegal drills off Cyprus, said Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides.

President Anastasiades is expected to pay an official visit to Bulgaria …

Shaping the Conference on the Future of Europe

Today, the European Commission set out its ideas for shaping the Conference on the Future of Europe, which should be launched on Europe Day, 9 May 2020 and run for two years.

The Communication adopted is the Commission’s contribution to