Justice Minister resigns over serial killings, citing Police responsibilities
Justice and Public Order Minister, Ionas Nikolaou has resigned amid the furore that has been caused following the confession of a 35-year-old that he killed seven women, including two girls, all of foreign nationalities.
President Anastasiades remains committed to a Cyprus settlement, says senior official
The President of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, is committed to a Cyprus settlement, Secretary of the Council of Ministers Theodosis Tsiolas said on Wednesday, while noting that the President is employing new ideas and approaches in this regard.
Cyprus works to promote a European vision that truly meets expectations of EU citizens, Foreign Ministry says
The Republic of Cyprus, having a clear orientation and specific positions, is working to define and promote a clear European vision that truly meets the expectations of the citizens of the EU member states, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement on the occassion of the 15th anniversary of Cyprus accession to the EU.
UK pledges continuing support for CMP in Cyprus
The UK’s support to the Committee in Missing Persons (CMP) in Cyprus will continue, the British Minister for Europe Sir Alan Duncan has pledged in a letter to Theresa Villiers MP.
Investment of Cypriot-owned businesses in Egypt reaches 400 mln dollars
The presence of companies linked to Cypriot interests in Egypt is deemed as particularly important, since, according to reports in the local financial press, their investments are said to amount to 400 mln US dollars. These investments originate from 224 companies linked to Cypriot interests, which are active in Egypt.
Source: Cyprus News Agency