Greek Cypriot negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis and Turkish Cypriot negotiator Kudret Özersay met on Wednesday in the United Nations Protected Area and continued substantive negotiations and […]
In an event titled ‘Cyprus: four decades of illegality and injustice’, organised on Tuesday evening at the House of Commons by the National Federation of […]
The EU should get more involved in the process of the negotiations for a Cyprus settlement since it is in its interest to have a […]
Serious difficulties in reaching convergences and initiating substantive confidence building measures has been observed in Cyprus peace talks between Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish […]
Bank of Cypriot major shareholders, who lost 47.5 percent of their deposits last year, are set to take another whack in a stock sale.
Cyprus’ President says Europe sees the island nation’s potential to become a new conduit for natural gas to the continent.
Cyprus’ central bank chief said on June 26 that she expects the bailed-out country’s top banks to pass European tests gauging their health.
A report given to the European Union by Turkey refers to Cyprus – which Turkey doesn’t recognize – as a “defunct” state.
Cyprus has returned to international markets after raising 750 million euros with its first public issue of bonds since last year’s bailout saved it from bankruptcy.
Only 15 months after needing an international bailout and losing one of its banks, Cyprus is poised to return to the bond markets on June 18.