Turkish lira continues to plunge

Turkey’s currency hit an all-time low this week, while the central bank’s net reserves marked their largest rise on record as it stopped supporting the lira. The lira reached a record low

Improved Greek-Turkish relations help Cyprus

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said improved Greek-Turkish ties could positively impact resuming deadlocked Cyprus talks. In an interview with the Greek newspaper “Apogevmatini tis Kyriaki”, Dendias argued that the solidarity shown


Changes in Turkish foreign policy

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine created new geopolitical data in Europe and the eastern Mediterranean. Its multiple consequences prompted NATO to invite Sweden and Finland to join NATO. This allowed Turkey to play


Cyprus condemns Turkish violations

In a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Cyprus denounced Turkish violations of its national air and maritime space from January-August. The letter from the UN Permanent Representative of Cyprus, Ambassador Andreas

Cyprus energy push despite Turkish threats

Cyprus is determined to become a regional energy hub, exploiting resources, and ending its isolation, despite threats from Turkey, said President Nicos Anastasiades. Addressing the annual Cyprus Energy Symposium in Nicosia on

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