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Borrell tells Turkey ‘illegal drilling must stop’

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that illegal Turkish drilling for gas off divided Cyprus “must stop,” during his two-day visit to help deescalate tensions in the region. “Turkish illegal drillings must stop,” Borrell tweeted after meeting Cyprus

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EIB approves €150 mln for Cyprus LNG terminal

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved €150 mln to fund the landmark construction of a terminal to enable the import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Cyprus. Cyprus’ natural gas company

Greece, Italy sign deal on maritime zones

Greece and Italy signed an agreement on defining their maritime boundaries during a visit by Italy’s foreign minister to Athens on Tuesday. The deal follows months of tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean

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Cyprus gives go-ahead for first LNG terminal

Cyprus’ Natural Gas Infrastructure Company (ETYFA) has issued notice to proceed with the international consortium awarded the contract to build an LNG Import Terminal, the island’s largest energy project. According to ETYFA’s

Siemens to build Cyprus-Greece electricity link

Industrial giant Siemens AG has been chosen as the preferred bidder to build the Cyprus-Greece electricity connection, with regulators discussing issues of interoperability to ensure linking their national grids goes ahead smoothly.

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COVID19: Time for a Green reboot

Coronavirus and shutting down businesses as a result of the lockdown imposed to stem the outbreak is a great opportunity for a Green reboot of Cyprus’ economy and society. Experts and stakeholders