Dressed in the blue and yellow colours of the Ukraine flag and bearing posters crying “No World War 3”, hundreds of thousands of people descended on the streets Sunday in solidarity with
In the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and sanctions could inflict wounds on the Cypriot economy, including trade, higher fuel prices and the key tourism sector where 22% are Russia and
Russia on Saturday ordered its troops to advance in Ukraine “from all directions” as the Ukrainian capital Kyiv imposed a blanket curfew and officials reported 198 civilian deaths. Kyiv residents took shelter
Ukrainian forces fought off Russian invaders in the streets of the capital Kyiv on Friday as President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow of targeting civilians and called for more international sanctions. Pre-dawn blasts
RCB Bank announced a change in its shareholding structure, as major stakeholders VTB Bank sold a 46.29% stake to shield its assets from UK sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. VTB’s share
Britain on Tuesday slapped sanctions on five Russian banks and three billionaires in what Prime Minister Boris Johnson called “the first barrage” of measures in response to the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine.
Syrian brothers charged with the premeditated murder of two Russian women at a holiday home in Limassol in November have pleaded not guilty. A 33-year-old man who had reportedly admitted to the
Cyprus Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios has received optimistic messages over this year’s tourist flows from Russia, the island’s second-largest market. Perdios is in Moscow for the second time in just a few
As UK partners signal the island can expect higher volumes of British summer holiday seekers, Cyprus tourism stakeholders are optimistic that 2022 will be a year of recovery following the coronavirus crisis.
Cyprus police are treating the disappearance of two Russian women, 33 and 43, as suspicious, while a Syrian suspect is in custody. Investigators said the Syrian suspect had access to a holiday