Emmanuel Macron’s government reshuffle this week reflects the willingness of the French President to find a new political momentum for the remainder of his mandate, especially ahead of the European Parliament elections
The journalists’ union issued a stark warning on Wednesday, highlighting potential severe consequences for press freedom in Cyprus if the controversial Article 4 of the European Media Freedom Act is enacted into
With the world falling apart as wars in the Middle East and Ukraine rage on, the British Prime Minister decided to pick a 200-year-old fight with Greece. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis
The European Commission has maintained a proposed pipeline connecting the gas reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean to Greece via Cyprus and Crete on its new list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI)
A road map for further strengthening bilateral relations between Cyprus and Italy was agreed upon in Rome during President Nikos Christodoulides’ meeting with his counterpart Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.
Serbia has acquired 11 Russian-made Mi35 helicopter gunships from Cyprus to bolster its air force and maintain regional military supremacy, its President Aleksandar Vucic said. The Cypriot government and Serbia agreed in
Cyprus is the strongest supporter of Serbia’s European path, President Nikos Christodoulides said during a two-day visit to Belgrade. On Serbia’s European aspirations, President Christodoulides said that Cyprus is the strongest supporter of Serbia’s European path.
People in Cyprus saved only 6.5% on average of their disposable income, half the EU average of 12.7%, according to Eurostat non-financial sector accounts 2022 data. Saving rates were significantly lower than
The number of first-time asylum applicants in August dropped 33% in Cyprus, but despite the drop, Cyprus still had the highest ratio of asylum applicants per population. Meanwhile, according to monthly asylum
Findings of the far-reaching Cyprus Confidential investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) will be discussed on 22 November during the European Parliament Plenary in Strasbourg. Representatives of the Commission