Relations between Cairo and Nicosia are at their best and on an upward trajectory, said Egypt’s Ambassador Amr Hamza. Elaborating on ties between the two countries, the Ambassador told CNA: “The strength
Energy Minister Natasa Pilides told Daily News Egypt the cost of the EuroAfrica interconnector project costs €2.5 bln, including €1.5 bln to connect Crete with Cyprus and €1 bln to connect the
Greek energy firm Energean’s plans to increase natural gas production from its concessions in Egypt were discussed in Cairo with Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla and company CEO Mathios Rigas. A company
Bilateral ties between Cyprus and Egypt are at an all-time high, said Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides after consultations with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, in Nicosia. The two Foreign Ministers held an
Developments in the Eastern Mediterranean will be discussed during the first quadrilateral meeting of Foreign ministers from Cyprus, Greece, Egypt and France in Athens. Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides is in Athens
The leaders of Greece, Cyprus and Egypt took their electricity and security alliance to the next level, pledging to establish an office to coordinate “issues of mutual interest”. Speaking after their ninth
Energy cooperation, regional developments involving Turkey and a review of the trilateral alliance Cyprus-Greece-Egypt takes place on Tuesday during a summit of the three countries in Athens. President Nicos Anastasiades, Greek Prime
The ministers of energy and electricity of Cyprus and Egypt will sign a memorandum of understanding on Saturday to fast-track the construction of the EuroAfrica Interconnector, boosting exports from Cairo to Europe.
Technical Committees from Nicosia and Cairo are proceeding with a study on the transfer of natural gas from the Aphrodite reservoir, in Cyprus’ exclusive economic block 12, to an Egyptian Liquefaction Plant.
Cyprus and Egypt have agreed to establish a Joint Maritime Committee after the first Intergovernmental meeting between the two countries in Cairo. The move was decided by Cypriot Shipping Minister Vassilios Demetriades