French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Friday said both Cyprus and France and their Presidents want the two countries` cooperation on defence issues to be further developed.
The government announced on Thursday that secondary education schools will be opening on Monday and not Friday, as was the schedule.
The government decided on Wednesday to step up measures in a bid to tackle the increased inflow of migrants and refugees, mostly from war-torn Syria, including readmission agreements with neighbouring countries and increased surveillance of…
With just days left to the start of the new school year, the government on Tuesday recoiled from a confrontation with state teachers, conceding a number of their demands relating to mandatory teaching hours.
The government generated a fiscal surplus of €514.7m on a cash basis in the first seven months of the year, compared with €217.2m a year before, the statistical service said.
Turkey is planning to establish a sovereign naval base in the north of the island, it was reported on Tuesday. According to Turkish daily Yeni Safak, Turkey’s navy has submitted a proposal to the ‘foreign ministry’ in the north for the…
A just and lasting settlement of the Cyprus problem is within reach, and the British government continues to work towards that goal, Prime Minister Theresa May has said in a letter addressed to MP Theresa Villiers and other MPs.
Cyprus protested to the UN over violations of its airspace and territorial waters by Turkey, which took place in June. These violations, Cyprus said, aimed to undermine its sovereignty.
Three bones belonging to First Lieutenant Giorgos Papalambridis from Ioannina have been found and identified by the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus, 44 years after his death in the mountains of Cyprus in 1974, defending the island…
Cyprus is sending 60 fire fighters to Greece to help fight the massive fires near Athens, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said.