T/Cypriots seeks to break property deadlock

Under pressure by Turkey and hundreds of lawsuits filed by Greek Cypriots, the Turkish Cypriot administration of Mehmet Talat is now considering a number of options, mostly suggested by Turkey to break

Moody’s assigns A2 rating

Moody’s, the international rating agency assigned Cyprus’ credit quality rating in foreign currency at A2 (“medium”) on the back of the high standard of living, low inflation and the low unemployment environment.

Cyprus supports EU accession of Croatia

Cyprus supports both the enlargement and the accession of Croatia and other southeastern European states to the EU, said the island’s ambassador to Austria Stavros Epaminondas during the unofficial meeting of the

Tobacco advertising ban takes effect

Markos Kyprianou, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Protection, welcomed the entry into effect of the EU’s Tobacco Advertising Directive on 31 July. Passed by the European Parliament and Council in 2003,

Themistocleous to head EC office

The European Commission appointed Themis Themistocleous as new Head of the Representation in Cyprus together with similar appointments in other six new member states. A letter offering the position of Head of

Kyprianou not meeting Turkish Cypriot parties

Van der Meer leaves for Kazakhstan Three shortlisted to replace him Commissioner for Health and Consumer Protection Markos Kyprianou is visiting Cyprus on Friday this week and will be meeting the leaders