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


Cyprus-Egypt energise close ties

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and President Nikos Christodoulides agreed to launch a cooperation forum between the two nations to strengthen their bilateral relations. Christodoulides chose Egypt for his first official visit outside


Changes in Turkish foreign policy

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine created new geopolitical data in Europe and the eastern Mediterranean. Its multiple consequences prompted NATO to invite Sweden and Finland to join NATO. This allowed Turkey to play


Cyprus reinforces diplomatic presence

Cyprus’ diplomatic network abroad is being upgraded with the reopening and opening of four embassies in 2023. Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Theodoros Gotsis, said Cyprus’ High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya, reopened in February.

Cyprus determined to build stronger US relations

Celebrating the 246th anniversary of US Independence, President Nicos Anastasiades expressed determination and commitment to continue working closely with Washington to explore new areas of cooperation. At Tuesday’s US embassy independence event,


Redefining relations with Britain

Most of the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, a historic achievement attained by no other British monarch, referred to her being the single “constant” in

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