Category Archives: Legal-Judicial

British Armed Forces Minister visits Cyprus, hails the country as a beacon of stability in the region

Cyprus is uniquely well-placed as a beacon of stability in the Eastern Mediterranean, says British Minister of State for the Armed Forces Mark Lancaster who arrives in the Republic of Cyprus today for a two day visit.According to an announcement

Cyprus and UK sign Programme for Bilateral Military Cooperation

A Programme for Bilateral Military Cooperation 2018-2019 was signed on Friday during a meeting in Nicosia between Cyprus' Minister of Defence Savvas Angelides and British Minister of State for Armed Forces Mark Lancaster.According to a press release, A...

ESM warns over an inefficient legal framework to tackle NPLS in Cyprus

The European Stability Mechanism warned over Cyprus' inefficient legal framework to tackle the high burden of non-performing loans hampering the island's banking system.The high NPLs remains a key vulnerability for banks, which suggests the need for a ...

Conservation works to Ravelin/Land Gate in Famagusta completed at a cost of Euros 670,000

More than 400 people attended an event marking the completion of conservation works to the Ravelin/Land Gate in the Turkish occupied town of Famagusta.The event, held on Tuesday, was organised by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partn...

Commissioner Photiou conveys government’s readiness to resume negotiations for a Cyprus solution

Presidential Commissioner, Photis Photiou, underlined the government's readiness to resume, at any time, the negotiations for a Cyprus settlement.In a speech at a memorial service for the people from Kontea village killed during the Turkish invasion of...

Limitation of Cyprus’ EEZ does not serve Turkish Cypriots’ interests, Lakkotrypis tells Economist conference

Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Yiorgos Lakkotrypis has said that the limitation Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone does not serve Turkish Cypriots interests in any way, questioning Turkeys arguments that its interventions aim at protecting...