A verbal incident between the Turkish forces of the occupied northern part of Cyprus and the Chief of Staff of the U.N. security corps at the city of Strovilia took place last week. The incident occurred when Colonel Edmund Freely attempted to enter a militarised zone within the Strovilia region.
A clearer picture about efforts to resume the Cyprus talks would emerge in the coming days, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Sunday.
A Cypriot law enforcement official says a court has fined a US national and a Norwegian man 6,000 euros ($6,730) each for illegally searching for an old shipwreck off the east Mediterranean island's coast.
The International Monetary Fund has called on Cyprus to mitigate the main vulnerabilities the economy is faced with, as headwinds are threatening sustained economic growth.
Cyprus’ president has selected Constantinos Herodotou, an executive member on the national central bank’s board, to replace the outgoing governor.
The trilateral summit of the heads of state between Cyprus, Greece and Jordan is expected to take place in the mid of April. The summit will be hosted in Jordan’s capital, Amman.
Cyprus’s Council of Ministers has approved a series of actions to increase tourist arrivals from Germany, following the collapse of Germania, Cobalt and Air Berlin.
French Air Force resumed its flights over Cyprus airspace on Tuesday. The French delegation participates in a week-long military drill taken in Cyprus Flight Information Region (FIR) and territorial waters. The Nicosia FIR hosted yesterday…
Cyprus wants access to the European Union’s security intelligence network so it can screen arriving migrants more thoroughly for signs of radicalization by extremist groups, the Mediterranean island nation’s interior minister said Thursday.
An initiative to build bridges between the Greek and Turkish speaking communities of ethnically split Cyprus faltered Tuesday after the leader of the breakaway Turkish Cypriots skipped a soccer match over a dispute of the games location.