Greek Foreign Ministry refutes Turkish news reports on Dendias requesting a NATO membership for Cyprus

Greek Foreign Ministry refutes as completely unsubstantial Turkish news reports, according to which Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias requested that Cyprus becomes a member in NATO, during the Summit of NATO Foreign Ministers.   Responding to CNA`s question, Greek diplomatic

Pandemic affects Cyprus firms’ investment strategies for 2020, EIB survey says

The pandemic of COVID-19 has affected Cyprus firms’ investment strategies for 2020 with more than half of firms (51%) with investment plans planning to invest less, according to the annual European Investment Bank`s Investment Survey (EIBIS) for Cyprus, which notes

Cyprus annual inflation rate at -0.6% in November 2020

Inflation rate in Cyprus remained in negative territory for the eighth consecutive month in November with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) declining by an annual 0.6%.   According to data published by the Statistical Service of Cyprus (Cystat), for the

Registered unemployed in Cyprus spike by an annual 34% in November

The number of registered unemployed persons in November spiked by over 34% year on year in November reaching 32,968 persons with seasonally adjusted data showing a downward trend compared with October 2020.   According to data published by the Statistical

Cypriot MP highlights Turkey’s provocations against Cyprus

Cypriot MP Kyriakos Hadjiyianni, Chair of the OSCE’s Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA) Committee on Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Questions participated in virtual PA Bureau meeting on Wednesday.   According to a press release issued by the Cypriot Parliament, the

Greek Foreign Minister visits Cyprus on Friday

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will visit Cyprus on Friday, December 4.   During his visit, Dendias will hold meetings with the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, and the Foreign Minister of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides, to coordinate action, in view