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Cyprus-Greece-Israel discuss energy partnership

Cyprus Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides is in Athens Tuesday to participate in the trilateral meeting with his colleagues from Greece and Israel to discuss key regional issues like energy cooperation. High on


Cyprus can’t delay joining the electricity highway

Electricity interconnectors bridging Cyprus with the broader geographical region are crucial for its diplomacy while improving its game to become a clean energy hub. In an interview with Phileleftheros daily, Andreas Poullikkas,

Multinational exercise Nemesis in Cyprus EEZ

Multinational, multiagency large-scale exercise Nemesis 2020 involving assets from eight countries took place in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone for the seventh consecutive year. A total of 22 navy vessels, 10 aircraft and

EuroAsia cable, R&I help Cyprus climate targets

The EuroAsia Interconnector electricity cable, investing in research and innovation in energy storage are two key factors that will help Cyprus achieve its climate targets of emission reduction. This is what Energy

Brussels welcomes departure of drillship

Brussels on Monday welcomed the departure of Turkish drillship Yavuz from Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone hoping to see similar moves from Ankara, European Commission spokesman Peter Stano told CNA. Stano said at

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