CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – CYPRUS/Nicosia 14/11/2018 12:59

Akinci insists on a non-functional state, Anastasiades says

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said on Tuesday that Turkish Cypriot leader, Mustafa Akinci, insists on a non-functional state after the settlement of the Cyprus problem

Poland supports a lasting and functional solution that will make Cypriots feel safe, says diplomat

Poland’s new Ambassador to the Republic of Cyprus, Irena Lichnerowicz-Augustyn, said her country supports any lasting and functional solution that that is a result of negotiations and will be accepted by all Cypriots in referendum and that will make the two communities feel safe in their new state.

Slovak President says his country will continue the same policy on Cyprus problem

Slovak President Andrej Kiska has assured new Cypriot Ambassador Michalis Stavrinos that his country will continue following the same policy on the Cyprus problem.

The Cyprus problem is also a European problem, Manfred Weber says

The Cyprus problem is also a European problem, EPPs Leader in the European Parliament and candidate for the European Commission presidency Manfred Weber has stressed, noting at the same time that Cypriots must feel that they are protected by a strong European Union.

Federal Member of the Australian Parliament in Cyprus for meetings

The Cyprus problem was at the centre of discussions of Greek origin Maria Vamvakinou, member of the Australian House of Representatives, representing the Division of Calwell, Victoria for the Australian Labor Party has had in Cyprus.

Lower labour costs in hotels and restaurants, according to survey

Accommodation and Food Service Activities have the lower labour cost, according to the results of the Labour Cost Survey (LCS) by the Statistical Service of Cyprus, with reference year 2016. The highest labour cost is recorded in Financial and Insurance Activities sector and Education.

Beer deliveries up by 3.6% in first 10 months of 2018

Beer deliveries during the period of January – October 2018 reached 37.10 million litres, recording an increase of 3.6% compared to the same period of 2017, data released by the Cyprus Statistical Service on Tuesday show.

Source: Cyprus News Agency