Turkey’s absurdity is ‘daily phenomenon’

Greece and Cyprus’ Foreign Ministers agreed that Turkey’s ‘revisionist policy’ and ‘absurdity’ had become an everyday phenomenon in its relations with the two EU countries. Greek Foreign MinisterNicos Dendias and Cypriot counterpart


Lack of progress on missing ‘cruel’

Lack of progress in identifying hundreds of missing persons is cruel and unacceptable; Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou told relatives in Athens. As he said, “48 years have passed since the dark summer of

Cyprus, Greece, US military training exercise

A joint training session on special naval operations took place in September between the Naval Command of the National Guard, the Armed Forces of Greece and the United States. According to the National Guard, the


Turkish hostility against Greece worries EU

Turkey’s hostile threats against Greece are unacceptable and must be dialled down, said EU Commission spokesperson for external affairs Peter Stano. Stano said that threats and aggressive rhetoric from Turkish President Tayyip

Greece gifts Cyprus presidential jet

President Nicos Anastasiades warmly thanked Greece for donating a presidential jet during a handover ceremony held at Elefsina Air Base, outside Athens. President Anastasiades said that the aircraft donation is a generous


17 years since Helios air disaster

Seventeen years have elapsed since the Helios Airways tragedy, the worst airline disaster in Greek and Cyprus history, when 121 people, mostly Cypriots going on holiday, including 22 children, were killed. Member

Cyprus File probe into 1974 coup published

The Greek parliament and Cypriot House of Representatives have published the 9th volume of the Cyprus File, the investigation into the events behind the 1974 coup and subsequent invasion. The latest edition

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