European leaders will strongly condemn Turkey's "continued illegal actions" in the eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean, while expressing full solidarity with Greece and Cyprus, according to the draft conclusions of the European Council leaked ahead of the summit on Thursday.
On Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he would sent a drillship into Eastern Mediterranean to conduct exploratory drilling for hydrocarbons.
On Tuesday, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative in Cyprus, Elizabeth Spehar, said she was continuing to talk with both sides as the issue of a possible dinner between the two leaders remains up in the air.
On Monday, a joint rescue exercise between Cyprus and the United Kingdom took place in the maritime area south of Cyprus.
On Friday, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell underlined the White House's desire to see the resumption of the reunification talks and re-affirmed the oft-repeated US position that Cyprus has…
On Sunday, the Foreign Minister of Cyprus Nicos Christodoulides flew to Brussels in order to attend the Foreign Affairs and General Affairs Councils.
On Thursday, Foreign Minister Nicos Christodoulides briefed UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the Cypriot issue and Turkey’s actions with the Republic’s EEZ.
Second ExxonMobil vessel arrives in Limassol port, as US Amb urges Cyprus and Turkey to resolve EEZ…
Exxon Mobil’s research vessel Med Surveyor sailed into Limassol Port on Thursday morning, following the arrival of the Ocean Investigator, which arrived the previous day.
On Tuesday, Nicosia welcomed the report compiled by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on UNFICYP, which will continue to focus on efforts that contribute to a solution of the island’s division.
One of the two ExxonMobil research vessels scheduled to carry out explorations in block 10 of Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) departed from Greece on Sunday and is headed towards Limassol port, set to arrive on Wednesday morning. The…