Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos is to set up an inter-ministerial committee that will prepare an action plan by the end of May to gradually reopen Cyprus airports with coronavirus as the backdrop.
Cyprus on Monday began to unlock its COVID-battered economy as construction and retail opened for business, amid government warnings to closely follow health guidelines. Moving on from Monday’s first stage out of
Cyprus GDP could drop between 7% to 14%, in an extreme scenario, according to two senior economists at the University of Cyprus who have published a position paper arguing extensive research based
Government ministers on Thursday mapped out the path that Cyprus will follow until mid-July to end the strict lockdown that the country has been under since the outbreak almost two months ago.
Cyprus will begin to lift strict lockdown measures from May 4 to get its economy back on track after a two-month shutdown to stem the coronavirus outbreak, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades announced a partial lifting of lockdown measures from Monday, May 4, whereby all civil servants will return to work, construction sites will resume work and retail stores, including
Revenue generated from Cyprus tourism fell 5.5% in February to €49.5 mln from €52.4 mln in the same month of 2019, this was before coronavirus ruined this year’s holiday season. The income
Over 92% of foreign investors are satisfied with measures taken by Cyprus to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and to manage the crisis it created. According to the results of a survey among
Tourism can benefit from the way Cyprus handled the coronavirus pandemic, gaining a head start on other regional holiday destinations. Deputy Minister of Tourism, Savvas Perdios said Eastern Mediterranean countries that were
Some 1525 Turkish Cypriot builders who live in the Turkish occupied north but work in the Cyprus Republic, appealed to President Nicos Anastasiades to allow them to cross over when their jobs