Cyprus has condemned Wednesday’s twin bomb attacks at Jerusalem bus stations that killed a teenager, expressing solidarity with Israel. The Foreign Ministry Tweeted that it was “dismayed by the bomb attacks”. “Cyprus stands in
Updating a Cyprus-Lebanon agreement on the demarcation of their exclusive economic zones (EEZ) was discussed by President Nicos Anastasiades and Lebanon’s Prime Minister Najib Mikati on the sidelines of the COP27 Summit.
The Energy Ministry is holding intensive consultations with the licensed consortium for producing natural gas from Aphrodite by 2027 while a dispute with Israel is on the mend. Energy Minister Natasa Pilides
Lebanon is moving to settle its maritime borders with Cyprus and Syria, capitalising on the momentum from its deal to delineate its sea border with Israel. If Lebanon can successfully negotiate with Syria and Cyprus, it will have fully
A US-brokered draft deal between Israel and Lebanon over a dispute in demarcating a maritime border between them may help Cyprus to settle its issues with the two neighbouring countries. On Sunday,
Cyprus told visiting Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas that Nicosia’s blossoming ties with Israel would not affect bilateral relations with Palestine. Cyprus and Palestine agreed on Tuesday to strengthen their cooperation in business,
Greek firm Energean’s floating gas production rig has arrived in Israel, mooring near the Karish gas field, with Lebanon warning against any activity in disputed waters. Following the crossing of the Suez
The Central Bank has confirmed that its counterpart in Lebanon has decided to close the branches of Lebanese banks in Cyprus. Sources confirmed to CNA that the Lebanese Central Bank had closed
Jordan’s King Abdullah II has offered to station firefighting aircraft in Cyprus through the summer fire season. Minister Ioannis Kasoulides thanked the Jordanian monarch following talks with his Jordanian counterpart, Ayman Safadi.
President Nicos Anastasiades and his energy minister are pushing to raise awareness and support in the urgency for energy security as part of the EU’s desire to diversify supplies, especially within the