Greece and the US reaffirmed their desire to strengthen the 3+1 cooperation with Cyprus and Israel during the high-level review of the Washington-Athens Strategic Dialogue. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and visiting US
Greece supports Cyprus in seeking targeted sanctions against Turkey for violating its territorial water in exploratory gas drilling, Greek Foreign Ministry spokesperson Alexandros Gennimatas said on Friday. Gennimatas was replying to a
Under fire, Cyprus insists it does not oppose sanctions against Belarus but wants similar measures levied on Turkey for its illegal activity in the eastern Mediterranean. Nicosia has caused disunity in the
Greece and Cyprus have a “single but firm diplomatic front” in the eastern Mediterranean based on international law, Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said on Monday in Nicosia during her first foreign trip.
By Zacharias Kapsis The European Commission has decided the maritime passenger route between Cyprus and Greece is a general economic interest service under current EU rules and can thus be supported with
Deputy Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades believes establishing a Cyprus-Greece ferry link next May is achievable with tenders to be launched in October to offer a service priced €50 one-way. “The May deadline is attainable
Deputy Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades visited Limassol port to review its facilities and discussed the potential of using the island’s main cruise terminal as the home for a renewed Cyprus-Greece ferry link.
Greece, Cyprus, and Israel have signed a program of trilateral military cooperation for 2021 as their regional collaboration widens backed by an energy alliance. A statement issued by the Hellenic National Defence
In a show of military strength, Cyprus, Greece, France, and Italy have decided on a joint naval and aerial exercise in the eastern Mediterranean on Wednesday, the Cypriot Defence Ministry said. The
Cyprus and Greece urge the European Union to take a tougher stance against Turkey’s tension-ratcheting activity in the eastern Mediterranean. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias made an unscheduled trip to Nicosia on