Despite decades of failed talks, US Secretary of State John Kerry said there could be progress this year on reunifying Cyprus.
The election for the Turkish Cypriot leadership will go to a second round after none of the candidates managed to garner enough votes to avoid a runoff
Uncertainty reigns as Turkish Cypriots vote for a new leader this weekend: there’s no clear favorite and no way of knowing whether the winner can bring talks on reunifying Cyprus to a successful conclusion after 40 years of failed negotiations.
Cyprus’ Ambassador to the United States George Chacalli snapped back at a New York Times article suggesting growing ties with Russia are undermining the EU.
UN envoy Espen Barth Eide said stalled talks on reunifying Cyprus will resume after a clash over the island’s potential offshore gas riches subsided.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said he was misquoted in a report he said the country had a plan to deal with the fallout of Greece leaving the Eurozone.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said he was glad that Turkey has pulled out an energy research vessel and warship from the country’s waters,
The UN’s envoy to Cyprus, Norway’s Espen Barth Eide, is returning to try to get Cypriots and their Turkish counterparts to talk reunification.
With many of its lawmakersr having bad loans, Cyprus’ Parliament has set aside voting on a key foreclosure law demanded by international lenders.
Thirteen of 56 Cyprus’ lawmakers owe 35.3 million euros in bad loans to the Bank of Cyprus as the body has blocked legislation to allow foreclosures.