Greece and Cyprus Sign Joint Declaration of Cooperation in Research and Innovation

September 7, 2021

NICOSIA — A joint declaration for cooperation in Research and Innovation between Greece and Cyprus was signed on Tuesday in the presence of Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis, Deputy Minister Christos Dimas and Cyprus Deputy Minister of Research and Policy, Kyriakos Kokkinos.

The two sides, appreciating the great importance of research and innovation for their economic and social development, declared their intention to expand and deepen the transnational cooperation between Greece and Cyprus in the fields of research and innovation.

The main objective of the programme is to strengthen business innovation for the benefit of the economy and society of both countries in the following priority areas:

• Smart cities

• Public health

• Renewable Energy Sources and support for the objectives of the EU Green Agreement

• Digital transformation

• Sustainable agriculture – agri-food.


NICOSIA -- The second-leading cause of death on Cyprus is stroke, with 600-100 cases a year, the association overseeing the illness said, recommending people be aware of the warning signs.


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