Cyprus-Greece in EU maritime initiative

Two of Europe’s biggest shipping fleets, Cyprus and Greece, have launched an initiative to appoint a European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs in 2024. In a statement, President Nikos Christodoulides criticised Brussels for

Greece at crossroads as country votes

As Greece heads for a general election on Sunday, the government’s management of the economy, the alternative paths of economic success, and promises of wellbeing by opposition parties are under scrutiny. The


Cyprus, Greece, Israel seek energy boost

Cyprus, Israel and Greek foreign ministers highlighted the importance of their energy cooperation and its contribution to the stability in the region. Cypriot Foreign Ministers Constantinos Kombos, Greece’s Nikos Dendias and Israel’s


Cyprus-Greece begin new chapter

Cyprus President Nikos Christodoulides and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said they would begin a new chapter in cooperation between the closely-knit nations. They announced the establishment of a new body, Supreme Council


Larnaca gets Greece ferry link

Larnaca will reap the benefits of the passenger ferry link between Cyprus and Greece, as officials have decided to include the town’s revamped port in the schedule for August and September. In

Greece ferry link to resume in May

The passenger ferry link between Cyprus and Greece will resume at the end of May, following a successful first season, announced operators Scandro Holding Ltd. They are currently “at the final processing

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

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