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BRI in world’s best interest: Cyprus

Cyprus is expected to benefit greatly from the anticipated Developing the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) set to take place in China, saying that it holds the best interest of the entire world.

President Nicos Anastasiades affirmed that the second …

Cypriot Investments in Egypt recorded $400 million with the existence of 224 Cypriot companies 

Cypriot Investments in Egypt recorded $400 million with the existence of 224 Cypriot companies working in fields of industry, tourism, service and energy, according to Chairman of the board of directors of Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency Michaelis Michael.

Michael added …

The Cyprus government’s “success story” is undermining the future of the whole of society and the economy

Cyprus records the third highest public debt with 102.5% of GDP and the highest fiscal deficit with -4.8% of GDP across the EU

The government’s “success story” is undermining the future of the whole of society and the economy

AKEL …

Roads update at Highbury Corner

Highbury Corner was successfully switched to two-way traffic yesterday, Monday 22 April.

 

Cyclists now benefit from segregated cycle lanes, and buses continue to serve the same stops.

 

Please drive carefully while pedestrians, cyclists and other traffic get used …

Fire at recycling plant – Edmonton

Six fire engines and around 40 fire fighters were called to a fire in a recycling plant in Ardra Road, Edmonton.

A small part of the single storey building was alight. There were no reports of any injuries.

The Brigade …

Office fire – East Finchley

Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters tackled a blaze in an office block in High Road, East Finchley.

Part of the ground floor was damaged by the blaze. There were no reports of any injuries.

The alarm was raised …

Eighteen suspected landmines in Cyprus have been identified with a view to be cleared, UN source tells CNA

Eighteen suspected hazardous areas, which may be contaminated with mines, have been identified in Cyprus, with a view to proceed with the implementation of the Confidence Building Measure on demining agreed last February between Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, and Turkish …

The General Secretary of AKEL A. Kyprianou replies to journalist’s questions on the Cyprus problem

Asked whether AKEL has any information about the discussion underway over the past few days regarding the possibility of a new international conference being convened by the UN this summer, the General Secretary of the C.C. of AKEL replied:

Quite …

The government is engaging in communication games in order to vilify AKEL in the minds of the Cypriot people

Statements by the General Secretary of AKEL A. Kyprianou
On the Government Spokesman’s statements on AKEL and its positions on the Cyprus problem
The government is engaging in communication games in order to vilify AKEL in the minds of the …

Cyprus: Natural gas may act as catalyst for regional peace and stability, Egyptian Minister says 

Minister of Petroleum Tarek El Molla has said that natural gas may act as a catalyst in the promotion of peace and stability in the region.

El Molla was speaking during a meeting with House of Representatives President Demetris Syllouris, …