Cyprus expects its natural gas to become commercially available by 2027, its energy minister said on Friday, adding that Europe’s energy crisis puts a renewed focus on expediting reserves in the eastern
The four-country naval and aerial exercise Eunomia wrapped up this week, with its final stage in the sea area east of Limassol with the defence forces of France, Italy, Greece and Cyprus.
According to Eurostat, Cyprus spends far less on research and development than most other European Union countries, as just 0.85% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or €184.8 mln, went into research
President Nicos Anastasiades said the Ninth Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference in Cyprus is a recognition of actions and initiatives taken by the government to tackle the climate emergency. Upon his arrival at Nicosia’s
Cyprus will request exemption from EU measures on a mandatory 5% reduction of energy demand during peak hours and a cap on the additional profits of companies that produce energy using lower-cost
The EU tourism industry has rebounded from the COVID-19 pandemic strongly, with data for 2022 approaching 2019 levels, according to Eurostat. The total number of nights spent in tourist accommodation in the
Cyprus is expected to join Hungary and Malta in opposing tougher European Union sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, reported the Financial Times. The bloc has already issued seven sanction
In its report released Monday, the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) Road Safety Performance Index notes that during 2019-2021, Cyprus recorded the second lowest child road mortality ratio (2%). Cyprus has relatively
Almost a quarter (23.6%) of all self-employed people aged 18 and over in the EU are at risk of poverty and social exclusion, although that ratio is less than half in Cyprus.
Cyprus’ technology performance continues to improve after being promoted to the group of “strong innovators” on the 2022 European Innovation Scoreboard, prepared by the EU Commission. With a performance of 106.9% of