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Tourism Deputy Minister in Cyprus says tourist arrivals revised downwards due to Covid-19

 

The Deputy Ministry of Tourism is revising tourist arrivals downwards for this year, as the continuing coronavirus pandemic and the epidemiological data in main tourist markets are leaving Cyprus out of their destinations, Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios

UK Minister restates official position on Turkish drilling and guarantees in Cyprus

The UK Minister for the European Neighbourhood Wendy Morton has restated the official British position on Turkey’s drilling activities in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as on the issue of third country guarantees over Cyprus.

Responding to a letter by …

Theresa Villiers MP urges UK Government to condemn decision to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque

The MP for Chipping Barnet in north London, Theresa Villiers, has called on the UK Government to condemn President Erdogan’s decision to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque.

The Hagia Sophia cathedral was built in the sixth century BC by …

Gym employee at Limassol Marina in Cyprus tested COVID-19 positive

A gym employee at Limassol Marina was tested positive for COVID-19, the Health Ministry announced on Monday. The person displayed symptoms and was tested on a private initiative. The total number of cases in Cyprus is 1.022.

According to the …

115 things Haringey council has done in the past 115 weeks

The council is just over two-years into the administration since Cllr Joseph Ejiofor took over as Leader and we are looking back to reflect on some of the things that have already been achieved during that time:

 

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RIK television and radio station in Cyprus must explain the fact it didn’t report the memorial services of the fallen fighters of the Resistance

RIK must explain the fact it didn’t report the memorial services of the fallen fighters of the Resistance

AKEL C.C. Press Office, 13th July 2020, Nicosia

The Board and the state-owned RIK television and radio station are called upon …

Barnet communities come together during COVID-19 crisis together

A man and woman laughing

The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating for many but seen Barnet at its best with communities pulling together to help those most affected. While lockdown has meant strict social distancing, many local groups and charities

All London buses now taking payments as capacity limits are safely increased

“I urge Londoners to continue to walk and cycle when they can, to avoid travelling on public transport at peak times, and

Hagia Sophia conversion ‘Turkey’s domestic matter,’ says Moscow

Turkey’s decision to change the status of Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque is a domestic issue not to be interfered with, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin has said, however stressing that the 6th-century structure,the Byzantine

Turkey will inform UNESCO about Hagia Sophia moves, says Cavusoglu

Turkey will inform the United Nation’s cultural body UNESCO about steps being taken regarding Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday, after Ankara converted the museum back into a mosque.

On Friday, a Turkish court ruled that …