Cyprus-Italy agree road map for bilateral ties

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.


Explaining Erdogan’s ‘New Turkey’

Perhaps no question concerning the Middle East and Europe today has been more loudly voiced than “What is Turkey doing?”. And rightfully so, Turkey, once hailed by the international community as a role


Middle East diplomacy is absent

The situation in Gaza is escalating to unprecedented levels, where under the guise of defeating terrorism or occupation, the week-long war is fast reaching a point of no return, creating a humanitarian


Foreign Minister begins New York diplomacy

Foreign Minister Constantinos Kombos begins contacts in New York with the highlight Tuesday’s meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in a bid to resume the UN-led reunification talks six years after they failed at

Huge diplomatic offensive for Cyprus launched

President Nikos Christodoulides said his government had targeted significant contacts to restart Cyprus negotiations in what he called a “tremendous diplomatic initiative”. On Tuesday, Christodoulides held a media conference to review his

Improved Greek-Turkish relations help Cyprus

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said improved Greek-Turkish ties could positively impact resuming deadlocked Cyprus talks. In an interview with the Greek newspaper “Apogevmatini tis Kyriaki”, Dendias argued that the solidarity shown

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