Turkey And Cyprus

The Earl and Countess of Wessex will highlight links between the UK and Cyprus

Placeholder while loading article actions NICOSIA, Cyprus — The Earl and Countess of Wessex met the President of Cyprus on Tuesday as part of a three-day visit to the former British colony to highlight close bilateral ties and meet soldiers serving in a peacekeeping force peace officers and those stationed …

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Anastasiades: If electoral expedients are set aside, the parties could agree on reforms

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EU: Turkish Cypriots must curb arrivals of migrants in Cyprus

Nicosia, Cyprus — Dissident Turkish Cypriots in ethnically divided Cyprus must do their part to stem the arrival of migrants, a senior European Union official said on Saturday, as the number of asylum seekers has risen dramatically to present this year. European Commission Vice-President Margharitis Schinas said Turkish Cypriot authorities …

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Absence of Russian tourists due to EU sanctions costs Cyprus 600 million euros

NICOSIA – With its dependence on Russian tourists, Cyprus is perhaps the European Union country most affected by sanctions for the invasion of Ukraine which prevent Russian airlines from entering the block. Long a haven for Russian investors and the wealthy hiding – critics say laundering – their money in …

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Turkish defense chief rebukes Greek parliamentarian for comment on Cyprus

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has pointed out that the country “prevented a massacre” during its 1974 peace operation after a Greek lawmaker accused Ankara of occupying the northern part of Cyprus. Akar said Türkiye “has always and persistently stated that we are in favor of resolving issues through international …

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“The talks in Cyprus can only take place if 2 states are treated equally”

If negotiations ever take place between Turkish and Greek Cypriots, they will take place between two sovereign states rather than between two communities, said Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, while criticizing the Greek Cypriot administration for trying to “dilute “negotiations on the Cyprus issue by repackaging and selling the issues they …

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Forgotten Horrors of Cyprus: The Fate of Cypriot Prisoners of War and Kidnapped Civilians

This year marks 48 years since the inhumane Turkish invasion of Cyprus which displaced more than 162,000 Cypriots from their homes. The island was divided along ethnic lines, with Turkish Cypriots north of the UN Demilitarization Zone with the continued illegal occupation by the Turkish military and Greek Cypriots and …

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Saudi Arabia and Cyprus establish joint trade council

The Saudi and Cypriot Chambers of Commerce today announced the establishment of a new organization to boost trade between the two countries. The Federation of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry have signed an agreement establishing the Saudi Cypriot Business Council. The council’s aim …

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Fragments of a lost world

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Cypriot opposition criticizes government for hosting Israeli military exercises

Cyprus’ main opposition party has criticized the government for hosting recently concluded Israel Defense Forces military exercises, calling it a “dangerous development for Cyprus”. The IDF concluded a major military exercise in Cyprus on Thursday, simulating a military ground offensive into the heart of Lebanon in a potential war against …

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Cyprus: 34 out of 100 residents have a firearm in their possession

Cyprus ranks seventh among the top 10 civilian gun-owning countries with 34 out of every 100 residents estimated to have a gun in their possession, according to a BBC report this week. The calculations were carried out by the Small Arms Survey, a cutting-edge research project based in Switzerland. However, …

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The Bermuda Diplomatic Triangle | eKathimerini.com

There is a Greek song that says “love is for two”. It could have been written about Greek-American relations, except that there always – but always – seems to be a third wheel somewhere. Not just today, but for about 65 years. No US official, not even the President, wants …

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Cyprus removes all Covid-related entry requirements

Share the article Last update 7 minutes ago Cyprus is set to remove all of its Covid-19-related entry restrictions from the start of next month. The popular island, located south of Turkey in the Mediterranean Sea, has become the latest country in the world to announce the lifting of its …

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Cypriot president sees parallel between Turkish and Russian ‘revisionism’

Published on: 05/26/2022 – 19:18 Cypriot President Nikos Anastasiadis gave an interview to FRANCE 24 from the capital Nicosia. The northern third of the Republic of Cyprus has been under Turkish rule since 1974. Anastasiadis said Russia‘s invasion of Ukraine uses “exactly the same arguments that Turkey used to invade …

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Erdoğan says he is cutting all ties with Greek PM, dashing hopes of talks | Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

The Turkish president’s promise to cut all ties with the Greek prime minister – and the suggestion that Kyriakos Mitsotakis was dishonorable and lacking in character – have raised fears of renewed tensions between the two NATO members. Calling off talks between the countries, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan accused Mitsotakis of …

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Turkey blackmails NATO, being the only country to benefit from the war in Ukraine

NNA | Update: May 22, 2022 4:07 p.m. STI By John SolomouNicosia [Cyprus] May 22 (ANI): Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, acting on the orders of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at least temporarily spoiled what would have been the biggest historic shift in European security in decades, stalling last Wednesday …

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Ferry services between Hatay and Turkish Cyprus begin

HAAY Ferry services between the southern province of Hatay and Turkish Cyprus have started with veterans of the Cyprus peace operation on board. class=”cf”> The ferry service was launched by HADO, a company owned by the municipality of Hatay, after obtaining international authorizations, four years of work and a presidential …

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HABANOS, SA HAS PRESENTED COHIBA 55 ANIVERSARIO EDICIÓN LIMITADA WORLDWIDE

the presentation took place in the distribution area of Phenicia TAA Cyprus and held in a hybrid format with on-site events in 9 countries (Cyprus, Greece, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria ), and virtually for all aficionados around the world who wanted to experience the …

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Siege of Mariupol appears complete as Ukrainian defenders emerge from ruins

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Cyprus slips away from new EU sanctions against Russia

NICOSIA – Already upset by the European Union’s ban on Russian airlines following the invasion of Ukraine that cost Cyprus a key tourist market, President Nicos Anastasiades has indicated he will not accept more penalties if they don’t work. “Some concerns have already been raised by the Cypriot government regarding …

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The Eni-Total joint venture will start drilling in the Cyprus EEZ at the end of this month

Cypriot Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said on Thursday that the next drilling by the Eni-Total joint venture in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus will likely take place this month once the drilling rig has completed its work. in Egypt. In statements on the sidelines of the Famagusta Business Forum, …

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President Anastasiades meets visiting Croatian Prime Minister

The President of the Republic, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, met today, at the Presidential Palace, the Croatian Prime Minister, Mr. Andrej Plencović, who is on an official visit to Cyprus. The Croatian Prime Minister arrived in the morning at the Presidential Palace where he was officially welcomed by the President. A …

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Visit of Turkish Foreign Minister to Israel

Israeli and Turkish representatives are both expected to attend the May 10 spring meeting of the International Palestine Donor Group (AHLC). But apart from the discussion expected this week in Brussels, Ankara has been reluctant lately to make public reference to the Palestinian question. On the contrary, he is focusing …

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The EU expects a loss of more than 3 million Russian tourists this year – Germany, Greece and Cyprus remain the most affected

European countries are expected to lose around three million Russian tourists in the coming months, based on the number of seats expected on inbound flights between February and August 2022. According to data published by Statista, the country that will lose the most Russian tourists to Turkey – provided that …

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Europe’s quest to replace Russian gas faces many hurdles

“What the invasion of Ukraine has done is take one of the world’s top three natural gas producers out of future planning,” said Charif Souki, executive chairman of Tellurian, a gas company building an export terminal in Louisiana. . “No one will rely on Russia in the future. Now the …

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Cyprus targets 2026 to export gas, EU recognizes island’s energy role

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Traveling to Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey – what are the latest Passenger Locator Form rules?

This summer will mark the first time in more than two years that many Britons will feel comfortable going on holiday abroad. The Covid pandemic has not only seen the UK plunged into a series of lockdowns and restrictions as the virus swept the world. But while things have returned …

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Last free cinema showings in Larnaca

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Latest face mask rules for Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece and Turkey

Traveling abroad is now much easier as many holiday hotspots around the world have dropped Covid rules. Many countries have now returned to pre-Coronavirus life, with little or no restrictions in place. It means millions of Britons will be flying out for some much-needed sunshine this year. But, while the …

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Granting citizenship to Syrian refugees could tip the scales in Turkey’s elections next year

By John Solomou | Update: April 25, 2022 07:55 STI Nicosia [Cyprus] Apr 25 (ANI): The issue of granting citizenship to refugees from Syria and Afghanistan is gradually becoming a contentious issue in Turkey, as the leader of the main opposition Republican People’s Party, Kemal Kilicdaroglu , openly accuses President …

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End of the AHEPA excursion to Greece, Cyprus and Constantinople

ATHENS – The official delegation of AHEPA’s annual family leadership excursion to Greece, Cyprus and Constantinople returned home after a series of informative meetings that put into perspective the various crises facing the homeland and the Greek Diaspora – as well as the world as a whole. . The trip …

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Obituary: Charlie Euripides

Family and friends gathered at Saint Katherine’s Greek Orthodox Church on April 18 to pay their respects to Charlie Euripides, a community leader, US Navy veteran and longtime owner of the Royal Restaurant. Euripides died on April 14 at the age of 89. The tributes to Euripides all echoed the …

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Russian gas cut, Greece-Cyprus-Israel Also think about electricity

ATHENS – The energy ministers of Israel, Greece and Cyprus discussed at a tripartite meeting in Jerusalem on April 11 the effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on energy markets and agreed advance specific investment plans in natural gas and electricity projects that will help reduce dependence on Russia. …

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It’s time to make a big decision on Cyprus

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Anastasiades: If Turkey is sincere about the talks, it must recognize Cyprus

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Archbishop Chrysostomos II denounces Russian invasion of Ukraine

NICOSIA — Heartbreaking in another Orthodox country, the Archbishop of Cyprus, Chrysostomos II, has ended Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the beleaguered city of Mariupol home to some 150,000 ethnic Greeks. Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill, a staunch Putin supporter, blessed the conflict, essentially backing the deadly invasion that …

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Pro-Russian rally in Cyprus attracts support and against protesters

Pro-Russian protesters in Cyprus. Credit: Video screenshot A pro-Russian rally in Limassol, Cyprus, garnered both support and counter-protesters on Saturday. Members of the city’s Russian community showed their support for their home country. While much of the world has rallied behind Ukraine, which was brutally invaded by Russia in late …

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Varosha of Cyprus, where time stood still in 1974

Published on: 08/04/2022 – 16:24Amended: 08/04/2022 – 16:30 Occupied by Turkish soldiers for nearly half a century, the former Cypriot resort town of Varosha lies in ruins. Known as Marash in Turkish, the city is located in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, an entity recognized only by Ankara. It …

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A French tourist hospitalized after being hit by a car

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Anastasiades calls visit to Montenegro ‘historic’

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Nuland will visit Cyprus, Greece and Turkey

[Reuters] US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland will travel to Turkey, Greece and Cyprus in the coming days. According to a State Department statement, she has already started her European trip in France and will also visit Germany. The full statement from the State Department follows: …

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Russia and Ukraine hold peace talks in Turkey

Peace talks between Russia and Ukraine were held in Istanbul on Tuesday March 29, with Russia promising to reduce its military operations around kyiv and northern Ukraine. The talks, hosted by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan at a palace in Istanbul, came as Russia’s invasion was halted on most fronts by …

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Cyprus will not be a Hellenic island: Turkish Cypriot President

Cyprus will not be a Hellenic island, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Ersin Tatar said on Tuesday, reiterating that Turkish Cypriots will not give up their right to an equal and sovereign state. Speaking to the Turkish Cyprus Agency (TAK) on the anniversary of the start of the …

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Beer giants Heineken and Carslberg join exodus from Russia

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Erdogan: Turkey’s position on the purchase of Russian S-400s unchanged

TurkeyThe company’s position on its acquisition of Russia’s S-400 missile defense systems is unchanged and the deal is “done,” President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday. He also said talks with Washington on new F-16 jets and kits are going well. The United States imposed sanctions on a NATO member TurkeyAnkara’s …

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Cyprus will mark the anniversary of independence from Greece with parades and events

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Turkey’s sanctions evasion has huge impact on Cyprus – KNEWS

Source: Announcements The President of the Republic, Mr. Nicos Anastasiadis, took part today in a preparatory teleconference convened by the President of the European Council, Mr. Charles Michel, with a view to the next summit in Brussels which will address, among other things, the situation in Ukraine , the issue …

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The president of DISY officially candidate of his party in the presidential elections of 2023

The Supreme Council of the ruling Democratic Rally party (DISY) has unanimously ratified the candidacy of party chairman Averof Neofytou for the presidency of the Republic. As party leader George Lysandrides said, no other nominations were submitted. Board members verified Neofytou’s candidacy by a show of hands. Neofytou accepted the …

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Cyprus, Turkey and Thailand: The best vacation spots are feeling the fallout from the war between Ukraine and Russia

Russians aren’t the greatest vacation planners, says Mikhail Ilyin, a priest and tour operator in Pattaya, Thailand. While most Europeans book their holidays a year or two in advance, Russian tourists tend to be more spontaneous. This is of course a generalization, but trends like these fuel domestic and international …

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Can Russia’s war against Ukraine bring Turkey and the West to reconciliation?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shocked the world and changed the European landscape. President Vladimir Putin was upset by the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and he made several efforts to regain territory he thinks Russia has “lost”. While why it decided to attack Ukraine at this particular time may remain …

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Turkish Cypriot Airspace? What airspace?

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Anastasiades reiterates Cyprus’ support for Ukrainian refugees

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The Big 4 accounting firms cease their activities in Russia

The world’s four largest accounting firms, aka “The Big Four”, began pulling out of Russia following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), KPMG, Ernst & Young and Deloitte have each issued statements that they will cease operations or withdraw their member firms in Russia. “We all continue to be shocked …

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The Ukrainian crisis and Cyprus

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The new government of Turkish Cyprus and its busy agenda

Snap general elections were held in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on 23 January. The centre-right National Unity Party (UBP) won the elections with 39.6% of the vote and obtained 24 deputies. After the UBP, the centre-left Turkish Republican Party (CTP), which won 31.9% and obtained 18 deputies, …

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Cypriot and Israeli presidents condemn war in Ukraine, stress need for diplomatic solution

Cypriot Presidents Nicos Anastasiades and Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Wednesday condemned the war in Ukraine, expressed their deep sadness for the Ukrainian people and stressed the need to end the crisis quickly through diplomatic means and dialogue. Herzog paid an official visit to the island and held consultations with …

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“Russian tourists will go to Turkey instead” — Greek City Times

Stanislav Osadchiy, Russian Ambassador to Cyprus, said in an interview with local media that the Republic of Cyprus and other European countries imposed sanctions on his country following its invasion of Ukraine. They have shot themselves in the fwhore.’ Osadchiy informs his interviewer that Russian tourists will not show up …

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Two great Russian billionaires speak out against the invasion of Ukraine | Russia

Russian billionaires Mikhail Fridman and Oleg Deripaska have become two of the country’s first businessmen to speak out against Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Fridman, who is one of Russia’s richest men, controls private equity firm LetterOne and was one of the founders of Alfa Bank, Russia’s largest private bank. …

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Greece approves its biggest naval modernization in 20 years | News

Athens, Greece – Greece’s opposition parties have joined the government in approving the country’s biggest naval modernization in 20 years. Over the next four years, Greece will spend 2.26 billion euros ($2.53 billion) to buy three Belharra frigates built by the French naval group, considered state-of-the-art in the arsenal western. …

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Greek PM to represent Cyprus at EU meeting on Ukraine

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Double standards dangerous | eKathimerini.com

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (left) meets with Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides (right) at the State Department in Washington on February 1. [Pool via Reuters] Advocating Justice for Cyprus in Washington, DC requires levels of commitment and endurance that most people do not appreciate. Listen administration after administration …

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Amid potential thaw in relations with Turkey, Herzog announces visits to Greece and Cyprus

President Isaac Herzog will leave on Thursday for a state visit to Greece, his spokesperson’s office announced on Sunday, at the invitation of Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou. His office also announced a state visit to Cyprus next Wednesday, March 2, during which he will meet his Cypriot counterpart, Nicos Anastasiades. …

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Three trapped, nine missing after flames engulf Greece-Italy ferry (Update 4)

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Cyprus set to receive more EU aid to cope with increased migrant flows (updated)

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Ballard Partners sets up in Turkey

One of Capitol Hill’s biggest businesses is heading to the city of Seven Hills. Ballard Partners announced on Tuesday that she is moving to Istanbul, Turkey, and former Amb. Matt Briza – the company’s latest hire – was tapped to run the office. Former US Representative. Robert WexlerWho leads the …

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Saudi Foreign Minister in Cyprus for working visit

The Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, is in Cyprus for a working visit, it was officially announced on Sunday. He first met President Nicos Anastasiades at the Presidential Palace before the Prince held talks with Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, with whom …

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why Biden went cold on Mediterranean gas pipeline from Israel

While serving as vice president under Barack Obama, Joe Biden became a strong supporter of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Pipeline that would link Israel’s offshore gas reserves to Europe. The long-planned project that would run from Israeli waters to Cyprus and Greece and then Europe had bipartisan support in the …

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Migrant repatriations key to reducing overcrowding – CBS17.com

Job : February 9, 2022 / 2:45 PM EST / Update: February 9, 2022 / 2:45 PM EST Migrants stand outside the Pournara migrant reception center in Kokkinotrimithia, outside the capital Nicosia, Cyprus, Wednesday February 9, 2022. Cypriot Interior Minister Nicos Nouris said Wednesday that the continued influx of migrants …

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The problem with the Mediterranean diet we need to talk about

You are probably familiar with the Mediterranean diet. It’s consistently ranked as the healthiest diet, and numerous studies have linked it to a lower risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes, as well as a lower risk of premature death (1). But while there’s a …

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Audacity breeds tyrants | Cyprus courier

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This ain’t the pipeline, silly!, KNOWS

by Endy Zemenides In 1992, the Clinton campaign adopted the slogan “It’s the economy, stupid” to identify the candidate’s signature question. The controversy over America’s “non-paper” EastMed pipeline and the series of public relations fiascos and laughable explanations that followed is a storyline one might expect to see in the …

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Heathrow & Gatwick: latest travel advice for Turkey, Cyprus, Morocco and Tunisia

With hopes of the final ‘Freedom Day’ set for March, many Britons are eager to start traveling again under potentially easier rules. And for those looking to go abroad, that certainly sounds promising, but it’s sure to be a lot harder if you’re not fully vaccinated yet. But while the …

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Cyprus streamlines migrant returns with EU help – CBS17.com

Job : 1 Feb 2022 / 3:14 PM EST / Update: 1 Feb 2022 / 3:14 PM EST NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The European Union and its border agency Frontex have helped Cyprus streamline return procedures for migrants whose asylum claims have been rejected amid growing numbers of arrivals, Cyprus …

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Turkey walks a fine line in Ukraine standoff

NNA | Update: January 31, 2022 08:38 STI By John SolomouNicosia [Cyprus], Jan 31 (ANI): As Europe heads into its worst security crisis in decades, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he will try to bring together Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky soon.Turkey, however, could …

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Turkey’s Erdogan threatens media with retaliation for ‘harmful’ content

President Tayyip Erdogan today threatened Turkish media with reprisals if they broadcast content that undermines the country’s core values, which could be the prelude to further censorship in the sector. In a notice published in the Official Gazette, he said measures were needed to protect Turkey’s “national culture” and prevent …

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EU to fund power cable linking Israel, Greek Cyprus and Greece

The European Union has earmarked 657 million euros ($736 million) for the construction of a 2,000 megawatt undersea power cable that will link the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece, said Greek Cypriot Energy Minister Natasa Pilides on Thursday. Pilides told reporters that the funding is the biggest investment …

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Why did the first direct flight from Turkey to Larnaca in 59 years take off? — Timetables of Greek cities

Turkey’s first direct flight to the unoccupied areas of Cyprus, from an airport in Istanbul to Larnaca, has taken place, it became known on Tuesday. According to Phileleftheros, the special direct flight was made for humanitarian reasons as they are not operated from Turkey to the Republic of Cyprus since …

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Cyprus wants more barriers on the occupied Turkish Cypriot Green Line

NICOSIA – A number of crossing points on the Green Line separating the legitimate Cypriot government side of the capital Nicosia from the occupying Turkish Cypriot side should be supplemented with more barriers, Interior Minister Nicos Nouris has said. He told state broadcaster CyBC that there was a need to …

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F-16 sale could mend US-Turkey ties, but tension with Russia creeps in

The Biden administration is weighing a Turkish proposal to buy a fleet of F-16 fighter jets that Ankara officials say would mend the breakdown in security ties between the countries, but the sale has come up against opposition. opposition from members of Congress who are critical of Turkey’s growing ties …

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Russia and Ukraine warm to Turkey to ease tensions

Russia and Ukraine are open to the idea of Turkey play a role in easing tensions between the two countries, as proposed by Ankara in November, Turkish diplomatic sources said Thursday evening. Turkey is also in talks on organizing the next meeting of the OSCE Minsk Group, during which Ukraine’s …

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Greece receives the first Rafale fighter jets from France

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Greek Cypriots accused of ignoring Turkish Cypriot gas offer

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Tales from the Coffeeshop: Our Ministry of Foreign Affairs is a great producer of mega paphite opportunists

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Where is the United States? Military base and energy are the real prices in Libya.

Source: MENA January 14, 2022 • 8:12 a.m. ET Where is the United States? Military base and energy are the real prices in Libya. Through Matthew Zais It was no surprise to many that Libya’s long-awaited elections scheduled for December 24, 2021 were postponed. As the elections approached, the basic …

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The resignation of the Cypriot Minister for Foreign Affairs

“A confederation requires the recognition of a separate state in the occupied territories, which by extension unrecognized the Republic of Cyprus,” Christodoulides said. Without being drawn into the intricacies of the development of the internal politics of Cyprus, not to mention those which take place within the party in power, …

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Royal Caribbean adds new summer cruises to Cyprus

Royal Caribbean International has announced two additional sailing seasons from Limassol, Cyprus, in 2022 and 2023. The cruise line has revealed that after successful summer sailing from Cyprus, Rhapsody of the Seas will offer a range of seven-night Greek Islands cruises that will make a round trip from Limassol in …

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Defense Minister warns Greece not to test Turkey’s patience

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar says Greece should refrain from testing Turkey’s patience in the face of provocations, including with a threat to extend its territorial waters into the Aegean Sea Through SUZAN FRASER Associated Press 8 January 2022, 14:35 • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail …

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A solution in Cyprus is far away

Recently, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced the appointment of Canadian diplomat Colin Stewart as his new Special Representative for Cyprus and Head of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus. Stewart then arrived on the island, succeeding Elizabeth Spehar, the former head of the same mission. Certainly, the appointment …

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Ankara upsets some in the north with the appointment of a “justice attaché”

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Dear 2022, here is my wish list

Hello 2022, you look fresh and fantastic. And I love the way you arrived, waking up in the sparkling dawn of Kiev with fireworks and live music. Do you mind if I ask you for some favors? Don’t worry, I’ll start small. Please free us from the confusion of Covid. …

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Revision of 2021: the fate of migrants was the leitmotif of the Pope’s visit

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What remains for the Turkish Cypriot economy after 2021, KNEWS

Shortly before the start of the pandemic, Turks and foreign analysts warned of the effects of the Erdogan government’s bad moves and decisions on the economy. At the end of 2019, when experts sounded the alarm bells for the future of the Turkish economy, the US dollar in the Turkish …

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Turkish Turkey aims to deepen ties with Azerbaijan, Tatar says

President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersin Tatar said on Sunday that he hoped the cultural, economic and social ties between the TRNC and Azerbaijan would develop at all levels and be politically fruitful. In the TRNC, a “World Day of Solidarity with Azerbaijanis on December 31” …

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At least 16 dead after sinking of third migrant boat in three days in Greek waters | Greece

At least 16 people have died after a migrant boat capsized in the Aegean Sea on Friday evening, bringing the total death toll to at least 30 from three crashes in as many days involving migrant boats in Greek waters. The shipwrecks came as smugglers increasingly favor a perilous route …

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The festive atmosphere | Cyprus Mail

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‘Bloody Christmas’ in Cyprus has continued to haunt people for 58 years

The Greek Cypriot nationalist terrorist group EOKA killed more than 370 Turkish Cypriots and displaced 25,000 to 30,000 people during the 1963 Christmas period. The bloody campaign resulted in the displacement of 30,000 Turkish Cypriots, who had to take refuge in an area that represents only 3% of the island. …

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Turkish Erdogan says he cut inflation to 4% before and can do it again

President Tayyip Erdogan said he had lowered Turkeyinflation was around 4% previously and will do so again, having surpassed 21% following a push for aggressive interest rate cuts he designed. Erdogan said the policy, which collapsed the country’s pound, was part of a successful “war of economic independence”. He says …

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Cyprus makes progress in the fight against terrorist financing, KNEWS

Cyprus has continued to make progress in strengthening banking efforts to combat terrorist financing, according to the State Department’s report on terrorism for 2020. Of terrorists, as well as their sponsors and financiers, according to the Department of ‘US state. “The Republic of Cyprus scrapped the controversial plan to grant …

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First group of migrants, the Pope has promised to resettle in Italy

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Tip: Turkey continues to back away from EU membership negotiations

Turkey continues to move away from the European Union and its accession negotiations, according to the conclusions on enlargement adopted Tuesday evening by the General Affairs Council in Brussels. “Therefore, these are effectively at a standstill and no further chapter can be considered for opening or closing,” added the findings. …

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