Southern Europe’s heatwave has hidden costs

While economic and fiscal costs remain manageable, the expected increase in the number, intensity and duration of extreme climate events in the coming years will have longer-term credit-negative effects on Europe, said

A Cyprus divided is bad for Europe

As long as Cyprus is divided, Europe will never be complete, European Parliament head Roberta Metsola said on Tuesday in statements with President Nikos Christodoulides. Metsola and Christodoulides held talks before he


Cyprus offers energy gateway to Europe

Cyprus on Monday urged international companies to back the government’s plans to create an energy gateway to Europe from the Eastern Mediterranean to ensure the security of supply. Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides


Israel eyes gas pipeline to Europe via Cyprus

During his meeting with President Nikos Christodoulides, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed building a pipeline to transport Israel’s natural gas reserves to an LNG plant that will be constructed in Cyprus