Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades was readmitted to a hospital after suffering high blood pressure that kept him from an important EU meeting.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades was hospitalized in Brussels after a prolonged nosebleed caused by hypertension and will be represented at EU meetings by Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, who will argue the island’s case against a Turkish incursion of its waters.
The chief of Cyprus’ aircraft accidents board says search crews have found wreckage belonging to a small aircraft that vanished.
Cyprus says it’s considering ways to respond to Turkey’s gas search in waters where Nicosia has licensed companies to drill, and that “political, diplomatic and legal” steps are being weighed after a warship-escorted Turkish research vessel invaded Cypriot waters.
NICOSIA – Captain Constantine Fitiris of the Cyprus Navy told CNA on October 16 that the Russian navy will hold later naval exercises off Cyprus’ […]
NICOSIA – The Italian government has protested to Ankara in response to its provocative actions in Cyprus` exclusive economic zone (EEZ). According to reliable sources, […]
NICOSIA, Cyprus — FIFA President Sepp Blatter has condemned a “cowardly” pipe bomb attack on the Cyprus Referee Association’s clubhouse. Blatter offered full support to […]
Herman Van Rompuy, the President of the European Council expects Turkey to act in accordance with international law and demonstrate restraint with regard to its […]
the Russian Foreign Ministry declared on Thursday that “Unilateral actions and demonstration of force in the Cypriot settlement are inadmissible and fraught with aggravating the […]
NICOSIA – On October 4 the Cyprus Government warned that Turkish provocations in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) including any harassment of the companies operating […]