Tourism stakeholders are hoping to put Limassol on the cruise holiday map as the number of tourists visiting the city on cruise liners has increased at an impressive rate during the year.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber, representing the vast majority of the island’s maritime industry, has called on the authorities to have a “realistic and pragmatic approach” when enforcing the reduced sulphur emission controls
Mayor of Larnaca Andreas Vyras and the board of the Cyprus Marine & Maritime Institute have appointed Zacharias Siokouros as the first Chief Executive Officer of the newly established research centre. Naval
Confidence in the shipping industry rose in the last quarter to its highest level for 18 months, according to the latest Shipping Confidence Survey from the industry’s leading adviser and accountant BDO.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II said he is willing to cooperate in joint action to achieve peace, stability and security in the region when discussing the Turkey-Libya maritime deal with President Nicos Anastasiades.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades held a phone conversation with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to discuss their joint opposition to the Turkey-Libya maritime and security accords. According to a written statement
Cyprus shipping achieved a boost after the European Commission approved its tonnage taxation system for another 10 years, deemed a top priority of the industry. The Cyprus Shipping Chamber hailed it as
Two prominent women in the Cyprus shipping sector, Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, co-CEO of the marine communications company Tototheo Maritime and Natasa Pilidou, Deputy Minister of Shipping, have been recognised as leaders in
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has welcomed EU leaders denouncing the Turkey-Libya maritime MoU as illegal and reaffirmed the same position over Ankara’s drilling activity in Cypriot waters. Anastasiades expressed his “full appreciation”
European Union leaders are expected to back Cyprus and Greece in rejecting a maritime delimitation deal between Turkey and Libya as a violation of international law. The European Council will stand with