Cyprus Upset With UN Appeasement

- November 19, 2014

Cyprus’ government has blasted UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for failing to condemn Turkey’s violation of the country’s waters.

Biden Will Meet Erdogan Over Cyprus Beef

- November 19, 2014

US Vice President Joe Biden will meet Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul in hopes of kick starting stalled unification talks on Cyprus,

Cyprus Rejects Two-State Solution

- November 16, 2014

With a Turkish research vessel and warship off its coast, the Cypriot government has nixed any idea of a permanent partition being sought by Ankara.

US Ambassador Backs Cyprus

- November 15, 2014

The US Ambassador to Cyprus, John Koenig, has urged Turkey to withdraw an energy research vessel and warship from Cyprus’ waters.

Davutoglu Set For Athens Showdown

- November 10, 2014

With a warship off Cyprus, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will meet Greek Premier Antonis Samaras in Athens next month.

UN’s Cyprus Envoy Faults Turkey

- November 6, 2014

The UN’s Cyprus Envoy, Espen Barth Eide, said the presence of a Turkish seismic vessel off the island’s coast, and a warship, was hindering broken-off unity talks.

Israel Backs Cyprus Energy Hunt

- November 5, 2014

Israel’s Foreign Minister says Cyprus’ right to explore for oil and gas off its shores must be respected by all countries, including Turkey.

Turkey Steps Up Cyprus Pressure

- November 1, 2014

Turkey’s National Security Council said the country will keep its presence of warships and a research vessel in Cypriot sovereign waters.

Greece, Cyprus Happy EU Showed “Concern” Over Turkish Ships Incursion

- October 25, 2014

The European Union’s expression of “serious concern” that Turkish warships and a research vessel invaded Cypriot waters is good enough for Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, although the ships remain in violation of international law.

EU Wants Turkish Warships, Research Ship Out Of Cypriot Waters

- October 24, 2014

With Turkey stepping up its violations of Cypriot waters, sending in a research vessel to look for energy where Cyprus has already licensed drilling to international companies, European Union leaders meeting here are expected to pressure Anakara to back off.