Cyprus is in the middle of another spy-related scandal, following the infamous ‘spy van’ case two years ago, as the European Commission is asking questions about its link to Israel’s Pegasus spyware.
EU Finance Ministers have approved Cyprus’ €1.2 bln Recovery and Resilience Plan to exit the pandemic during a scheduled videoconference on Monday. The government’s proposal is included in the second batch of
Annual house prices in the first quarter of 2021 fell 5.8% in Cyprus, while across the European Union, they rose by an average of 6.1%. In the first three months, house prices,
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Brussels would “never accept” a two-state solution for Cyprus that Turkey advocates as a condition for United Nations-backed peace talks to resume. “I want
The EU Commission forecast of economic progress for Cyprus shows the recovery of the Cypriot economy with projections of over 4% GDP growth in 2021 in line with Nicosia, the Finance Ministry
The importance of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum was highlighted during a virtual fifth Ministerial Meeting to launch its official website in a bid for global reach. Members of the Forum are
With Cyprus coming to terms with the devastating fire at Arakapas, the worst in the island’s recent history, the government denies it responded slowly to the emergency. The deadly wildfire claimed the
Just over one in ten respondents in Cyprus believe climate change is the single most serious problem facing the world (11%, compared with the EU average of 18%), but most agree it
A deadly fire in the south-eastern foothill of Troodos that burnt through 10 villages across Limassol and Larnaca, claiming the lives of four Egyptian farmworkers, was brought under control Monday after a
Cyprus on Saturday requested emergency assistance from Israel and the European Union to help contain a large bush fire raging out of control in the rural hinterland, said Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides.