Cyprus, Greece, Israel seek energy boost

Cyprus, Israel and Greek foreign ministers highlighted the importance of their energy cooperation and its contribution to the stability in the region. Cypriot Foreign Ministers Constantinos Kombos, Greece’s Nikos Dendias and Israel’s


Cyprus-US ties ‘never stronger’

Cyprus and US relations have never been stronger, Defence Minister Michalis Giorgallas said at the signing ceremony of a State Partnership Program (SPP) between the Republic and the New Jersey National Guard.


IMF says no to CoLA rise, warns of NPLs

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned the government against increasing the Cost-of-Living Allowance while pointing to threats posed by a possible rise in Non-Performing Loans due to hiking interest rates. The IMF


Cyprus transfers 76 Syrians, Afghans to France

Cyprus has transferred 76 applicants for international protection, originally from Syria and Afghanistan to France under a European Union voluntary relocation pilot program, the Interior Ministry said. It said the transfer took


No Cyprus link to Athens terror plot

Cyprus police refute claims of a link to a terror cell targeting Israeli nationals and businesses in Athens following the arrests of two Pakistanis for planning the attack. In comments to the


First Turkish Cypriot halloumi PDO breaks barriers

The European Commission has awarded the first PDO certificate to Turkish Cypriot Halloumi producers, with the Agriculture Ministry welcoming the development as proof that equal benefits are ensured for all producers. Turkish

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