Category Archives: Legal-Judicial

New High Commissioner tells Queen Nicosia is committed to deeper UK ties

New Cyprus High Commissioner to the UK Andreas Kakouris said Nicosia wanted deeper ties with Britain during a private conversation with Queen Elizabeth II when presenting his credentials.

During the ceremony at Buckingham Palace, the High Commissioner had a private …

The Working Methods of the von der Leyen Commission: Striving for more at home and in the world

Today the von der Leyen Commission revealed its working methods which will be the basis for the new College to deliver on the President’s Agenda for Europe during the next five years. They put collegiality, transparency and efficiency first.

The …

CYPRUS: Registered jobless reaches decade low in November

Registered unemployed at District Labour Offices, based on data adjusted for seasonal fluctuations, in November reached the lowest level since February 2010.

According to official data, unemployed persons registered on the last day of November reached 24,495.

Based on the …

CYPRUS: Nicosia bus network deal frozen by court order

An administrative court order has imposed a freeze on the Ministry of Transport’s decision to award the tender for management of the capital’s public bus system for 2020-30 to a consortium composed of Malta Lines and Kapnos Airport Shuttle.

The …

CYPRUS: ‘Spy van’ owner says he is a target of anti-Israeli sentiment

Israeli CEO of a company under investigation for allegedly operating a ‘spy van’ in Cyprus has lashed at amateurish police for prolonging a witch-hunt against him tinted with anti-Semitism.

Tal Dillian, the boss of Larnaca-based WiSpear, said he is being …

Speech by President von der Leyen on the occasion of the COP25 in Madrid

In ten days from now, the European Commission will present the European Green Deal.

Our goal is to be the first climate neutral continent by 2050.

If we want to achieve that goal, we have to act now, we have