The entry into Parliament by a far-right group opposed to unity with Turks on Cyprus could provide an impetus for a resolution.
A protest vote giving the far-right seats in Cyprus’ Parliament overshadowed another number: a nearly 30 percent abstention.
Far-right ELAM and two other small parties won seats in Cyprus’ Parliament for the first time in a protest against traditional parties and austerity.
Extending his growing power, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is eyeing taking over lagging unity talks with Cyprus.
A declaration by Cyprus’ two leaders they can reach a unification deal by the end of the year is meeting with skepticism from critics.
NICOSIA — In the latest developments in the ongoing talks to resolve the illegal occupation of Cyprus, the rival leaders of Cyprus say they are committed to stepping up […]
An AHEPA delegation, heading by Supreme President John Galanis is in Cyprus, meeting with that country’s President Nicos Anastasiades, Cyprus Weekly reported. Galanis said that […]
WASHINGTON– The new bimonthly report on Cyprus to the Congress, by President Barack Obama, focuses on the historic visit to the island paid by Secretary […]
NICOSIA—Defense Minister Christoforos Fokaides referred to the upgraded geopolitical and geo-strategic role of Cyprus in the Southeastern Mediterranean, during a meeting he had on Thursday […]
A European Union deal to grant Turks visa-free travel in the bloc is being reciprocated with Turkey abolishing visas for Greek Cypriots – but not recognizing Cyprus