Cyprus helping Ukraine buy electricity generators

Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides briefed his EU counterparts on the assistance that Cyprus is providing Ukraine, with Poland, to help the war-torn country purchase electricity generators. At Monday’s EU Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) in

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Ukraine solidarity low among Cypriots

European Union citizens remain steadfast in confirming the EU’s backing for Ukraine after Russia’s invasion, with 74% approving of this support except in Cyprus. According to the European Parliament’s Autumn 2022 Eurobarometer

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Ukraine key for Archbishop elections

The thorny issue of recognising the recently proclaimed independence of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Russia’s invasion is decisive in the campaign for the Archbishop’s throne. Almost half of the Holy Synod

Cyprus still accepting Ukraine refugees

Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion that received temporary protection status in the European Union fell in 18 of 25 Member States but not Cyprus. Cyprus had the third largest increase during September,

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Energy terrorism meets sky porn

When Putin launched his ‘special operation’ to dismantle Ukraine as a sovereign state, it soon became clear it would not be over by Christmas. The Kremlin war machine (not sanctioned by the

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Economy withstands Ukraine war, energy crisis

Consequences of geopolitical events to the economy and banking sector have been contained, but the second-round effects are unknown, said Cyprus Central Bank governor Constantinos Herodotou. He argued that uncertainty in an

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Cyprus-made drones for Ukraine army

The Ukrainian army has received military recognition drones manufactured by Cypriot company Swarmly, costing €700,000, paid for by the charitable foundation of Serhiy Prytula. The 26th Artillery Brigade and the 120th Reconnaissance

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