Has Cyprus become a bad joke?

Not a week goes by without a new revelation about unethical appointments in the government machine, mostly to reward dedicated individuals who worked hard for President Christodoulides’ election. This is not a


Cultural blowout

As the government was scrambling to clean the dirt of its muddied reputation for sanction busting, the deputy minister for culture was blowing out candles of a different kind. Deputy Minister for


Cyprus reinforces diplomatic presence

Cyprus’ diplomatic network abroad is being upgraded with the reopening and opening of four embassies in 2023. Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Theodoros Gotsis, said Cyprus’ High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya, reopened in February.

Annita rising from the ashes

The former ruling Democratic Rally, licking its wounds having lost the presidential elections, has won a last-minute reprieve with the majority of party members electing House Speaker Annita Demetriou as their new


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


Easy to please, slow to judge

Challenges, mistakes and mishaps will await the new government, which pledged to work hard and deliver on promises to the Cypriot people. These words have been heard countless times; some believe they

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