Category Archives: Politics

Congressman David Cicilline introduces legislation to lift arms embargo on Cyprus

U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (RI-01) introduced on Friday the End the Cyprus Arms Embargo Act, according to the Greek American weekly newspaper Greek News.The Republic of Cyprus is a critical strategic partner that has provided key support for t...

President: If the UN Secretary General wishes, he could send a personal envoy to try resume the stalled peace talks (1)

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has not ruled out the possibility of a personal envoy of the UN Secretary General trying to look into the chances of resuming the stalled peace talks.Speaking to the press after a two-hour long tete a

Kades:Cyprus supports transition to a smarter CAP, only if member-states’ specificities are taken into account

Cyprus supports joint efforts and initiatives for the transition towards a "smarter", modern, flexible, less bureaucratic and sustainable common agricultural policy (CAP) of the EU, but it is necessary to take into account the specificities of the Memb...

Cyprus ranks 10th in Medals Table of Commonwealth Games

Cypriot athletes who competed in the 21st Commonwealth Games, in Queensland, Australia managed to place Cyprus in 10th place, with 14 medals.In a written statement, on Sunday, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades conveyed his warmest congratulations to ...

Members of the Saudi Arabia’s Consultative Assembly to pay a visit to Cyprus

A delegation of Saudi Arabia-Cyprus Friendship Group to Saudi Arabias Consultative Assembly (Parliament), headed by Ali A. Al-Nuaim, will pay a visit to Cyprus from 14 to 18 April.According to a statement by the House of Representatives, the members of...

Cyprus President congratulates Orban on his reelection

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades has sent a letter to Hungary's Premier Viktor Orban, congratulating him on his success in the recent parliamentary elections in the country and for his re-election.According to an announcement issued by the Presid...