Police chief Zacharias Chrysostomou on Monday called on the public to cooperate with the police for a better and safer society.
Poland and Cyprus may not have adjoining borders but, as members of the European Union and therefore political and economic partners, the two countries do have shared and common interests which merit ongoing discussion and regular…
The government will continue to strengthen and deepen the current positive economic growth spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Saturday, after the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) predicted that Cyprus’ economy will continue to grow at an…
It may not amount to a state visit but this bear on Friday had the president’s ear, or maybe that was the other way around, as it sat in the VIP chair at the presidential palace in Nicosia.
The foreign ministry neither confirmed nor denied a New York Times report claiming hackers had targeted Cyprus’ diplomats and exposed thousands of EU diplomatic cables by using a ‘run-of-the-mill’ phishing campaign.
Cyprus and the UK on Wednesday signed a double taxation elimination protocol which will allow individuals to choose within a set period of time, which basis of taxation they want to apply to their government service pensions.
Anyone who dreams of zero Turkish guarantees and troops in Cyprus need to wake up because it will never happen, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
UN envoy Jane Holl Lute is to meet both leaders again on Tuesday morning before departing from the island after a brief visit that the two sides have described as productive so far.
Main opposition Akel accused President Nicos Anastasiades of leading the island to partition, as the rift between the two sides deepened on Tuesday following the party’s decision not to participate in a meeting of the negotiating team,…
Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou on Monday praised the progress Cyprus has made in terms of human rights in recent years by pointing to what he described as “tangible results”.