CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – CYPRUS/Nicosia 27/11/2017 14:32

Bulgarian President begins official visit to Cyprus

President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev begins today a two -day official visit to Cyprus. The Bulgarian President and his entourage arrived in the morning at the Presidential Palace where they were officially welcomed by President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades.

House President wraps up visit to China

President of the House of Representatives Demetris Syllouris has wrapped up his visit to China, noting the advantages of Cyprus and the prospects opening for cooperation.

Moody’s says Cyprus highly susceptible to event risk due to banking sector

US ratings agency Moodys Investors Service said on Monday that Cyprus is highly susceptible to event risk, reflecting the significant risks that remain in the banking sector. In an annual report about Cyprus, Moody’s underlined the high level of non-performing loans in the country’s banking system.

EU policies must aim at a secure, prosperous and human-centered Europe, Cypriot MP says

Cypriot MP Angelos Votsis has said that recent discussions on the Future of Europe and the White Bible prove the determination and the intense and collective efforts aiming at finding solutions to the multiple challenges which the EU faces. Votsis was speaking during a meeting of the Conference of Parliamentary Committees for Union Affairs of Parliaments of the European Union (COSAC) held in Tallin, Estonia.

AEK beat Paphos and climbed at the top of standings of Cyprus football league

AEK of Larnaka beat Paphos FC with 2-0 and climbed at the top of standings of the Cyprus football league after Anorthisis of Famagusta drew 1-1 with AEL of Limassol in the framework of match day 13, which wraps up on Monday with the match between Apollon of Limassol and Ethnikos Achnas at 19:00 local time. Results of match day 13: Aris-Ermis 0-2, APOEL-Olympiakos 6-1, Anorthosis-AEL 1-1, AEK-Paphos 2-0, Doxa-Omonia 1-2, Nea Salamina-Alki 2-3. Standings: AEK 29, Anorthosis 27, AEL 23 (12 games), APOEL 20 (10 games), Paphos 19 (12 games), Apollon 19 (9 games), Omonia 19 (12 games), Doxa 16, Ermis 13 (12 games), Alki 12, Olympiakos 12, Aris 9, Nea Salamina 8, Ethnikos 5 (12 games).

Source: Cyprus News Agency