Measures taken over buffer zone violation

Government measures have been taken in response to Turkish occupation forces encroaching on the UN-controlled buffer zone in Ayios Dometios in Nicosia, according to government spokesman Konstantinos Letymbiotis. Asked about the measures

Turkey encroaches buffer zone again

An incident involving Turkish soldiers taking up a position in the UN-controlled buffer zone appears to be part of the broader approach by Ankara to challenge the status quo, said government spokesperson

Nicosia condemns UDI ‘black anniversary’

Cyprus has denounced the 40th anniversary of the unilateral declaration of independence by the Turkish Cypriots and called for talks to resume based on a federal solution. Anti-occupation events are taking place

Explaining Erdogan’s ‘New Turkey’

Perhaps no question concerning the Middle East and Europe today has been more loudly voiced than “What is Turkey doing?”. And rightfully so, Turkey, once hailed by the international community as a role


EU, Turkey praise brokered deal on Pyla dispute

The European Union has joined the government and, surprisingly, the Turkish Foreign Ministry in welcoming the UN-brokered agreement on the Pyla road dispute as bringing mutual benefits. Posting on the X platform,

Cyprus Armenians protest Azeri ‘ethnic cleansing’

Armenians of Cyprus defied pouring rain to march through the capital Nicosia on Sunday demonstrating against Azerbaijan’s “ethnic cleansing” of Nagorno-Karabagh, with similar protests organised in twenty other European capitals. Several hundred


Erdoganomics abandoned after interest hikes

Turkey’s Central Bank cemented the country’s policy shift with a super-sized rate hike, raising its key interest rate by a lofty 500 basis points to 30%. The latest hike marks a second

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